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Old 04-08-2017, 08:57 PM   #1
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Fresh water pump

I have a 1988 31' RBFK Holiday Rambler TT. The fresh water pump has quit working. Does anyone know where it is and how to get to it? Water tank is under floor above axles on left side.
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Not sure, on your RV , but a usual location would be between the fresh tank and the water heater. If the pump isn't visible in a compartment , or under the sink , then removing drawers and having a look around for water line routing may lead you to it.
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Its going to be near your fresh water fill and city water connection. Most likely hidden under a panel.
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Check for a removable panel under the fridge
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thanks for the input. I found it today. There is a drop down door on the outside in front of the fender well. Hidden very nicely. But easy to work on after it's discovered..
Thanks again for the help.
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It's nice when there "easy" to work on. The first year I went to winterize mine, I couldn't find it. Aerolite never made anyway to get under the frig all the way to the outer wall. You would think while building the unit, someone on the production line would have noticed. So a access panel had to be cut out, plus the water pump had to be moved closer to the front edge of the frig.

Glad you were able to find it. If that was the original pump....It had a good life.
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