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Old 10-26-2014, 07:36 AM   #1
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Pump Location

were is the pump located for a 2012 Thor Tuscany 45 foot
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Old 10-26-2014, 08:37 AM   #2
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depends on what it pumps ?
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Old 10-26-2014, 09:20 AM   #3
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the pump for dry docking...the light lites up but no water...yes in have water in the tank..yes i checked house battery and fuse
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the pump should be in your wet bay ( where your hose would hook up if you were at a rv park ) ck the wiring to the pump for voltage.
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Are the valves (handles) in the wet bay set correctly? The May be set for city water.


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Are the valves (handles) in the wet bay set correctly? The May be set for city water.


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will not stop the water pump from working.
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will not stop the water pump from working.
It will on mine. If set on city fill the pump just recirculates water from and back to the tank.
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It will on mine. If set on city fill the pump just recirculates water from and back to the tank.
you can't supplement your pressure while on city water WOW what do you do in low pressure parks ??
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On the 40', the pump is located right over the fresh water tank, which means it is under the slide on the passenger side. The slide has to be out to get to it. There's a small plastic panel trim panel in front of it. The pump has two valves that have to be set correctly. Set one way, it pumps from the tank. Set the other way, it pumps from the winterizing port in the wet bay. So, 1) is the pump running? When switched on and with a faucet open, you should hear the pump running. Listen right by your water tank as the pump is almost always located very close to the tank. 2) If running, but not pumping, find the pump and check the valves. Or alternatively, put a hose from the winterizing port to a bucket of water and see if the pump pulls from that.

Keep in mind that if your water heater is empty, you won't get any water until the pump has filled the water heater - 10 gallons worth! To test, you can bypass the water heater.
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On the 40', the pump is located right over the fresh water tank, which means it is under the slide on the passenger side. The slide has to be out to get to it. There's a small plastic panel trim panel in front of it. The pump has two valves that have to be set correctly. Set one way, it pumps from the tank. Set the other way, it pumps from the winterizing port in the wet bay. So, 1) is the pump running? When switched on and with a faucet open, you should hear the pump running. Listen right by your water tank as the pump is almost always located very close to the tank. 2) If running, but not pumping, find the pump and check the valves. Or alternatively, put a hose from the winterizing port to a bucket of water and see if the pump pulls from that.

Keep in mind that if your water heater is empty, you won't get any water until the pump has filled the water heater - 10 gallons worth! To test, you can bypass the water heater.
It is always nice to see someone answer a question that actually knows about the equipment the OP has and can answer correctly
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you can't supplement your pressure while on city water WOW what do you do in low pressure parks ??
Meant to say tank fill, he referred to dry docking so I assumed he was not hooked to city water.
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