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Old 08-29-2015, 07:51 PM   #1
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2006 Pace Arrow 36D Water pump

I have a Surflo water pump and it works great it just wont automatically shut off. I have to turn it on and shut it off each time we use it
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If you go to surflo web they will show you how to adjust the switch.


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The internal pressure switch should be fine at the factory setting (about 45 psi). Your problem is a tiny leak in the plumbing, just enough so that the pump can never quite reach the shut-off pressure. It could be a failed internal diaphragm in the pump itself, but more likely is the city inlet check valve or some water line connection..
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