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Old 05-12-2011, 04:02 PM   #15
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Here to report back. The original waterline was very short and had a kink in it so I put on a longer hose and did the firemans loop as previously stated and then insulated the lines. The motor is attached to a large rubber pad. However I do not think it made it any less noisy. I will wait for my wife to get home so she can run it with me listening. So I will report back in a few hours and let everyone know.
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I need to look into a new more powerful but quieter pump too. Our is pretty loud and suffers from not enough pressure.
Like this one http://www.pplmotorhomes.com/parts/r...water-pump.htm
5.5 GPM, 65psi, variable speed and quiet too!!!!
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Here to report back. The original waterline was very short and had a kink in it so I put on a longer hose and did the firemans loop as previously stated and then insulated the lines. The motor is attached to a large rubber pad. However I do not think it made it any less noisy. I will wait for my wife to get home so she can run it with me listening. So I will report back in a few hours and let everyone know.
Aint no such thing as quite RV water pump. With the realitively short time the pump is running, never paid much attention to it. Aside from that the upside of a noisy pump, it lets you know you have a water leak.
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Curious as to who out there has a really quiet water pump in their RV. I have a Shurflo but it is really loud and want to upgrade it with something that is very quiet and am looking for suggestions.
Curt, There are different models of ShurFlo pumps out there. I have been using the ShurFlo Extreme Series Smart Sensor™ 5.7. Although I went through 3 of these pumps the one I have now is performing great and its been doing so for 3 or more years. If I were to get another pump, it would be a Smart Sensor.
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