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Old 03-06-2010, 11:57 AM   #1
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Tradewinds Water Pump Location

My 1998 Tradewinds water pump will cut off but seems to lose it's prime. Every faucet spits and sputters like it is out of water pumping air. Most of the shureflow pumps never gave me a problem but I'm sure thi one has never been touched and don't know how much wear. Does anyone know which panel it is behind or the location of pump. Thanks for reading this post
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Old 03-06-2010, 01:06 PM   #2
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The pump is behind the panel where the hookups and valves are in the plumbing bay. On the right in the attached picture. You won't have the monitor panel I installed it after market.

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I had the gray panel off, I guess your talking behind the fiixtures and fittings. Thanks a million Dick. I sure have got a lot of benefit from the paper work.
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Toy got it, behind the fittings. Not easy but that is where National put it. If you can think of other Dos's you need let me kmow and I'll see if I have it.

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