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Old 09-16-2010, 01:11 PM   #1
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I have a 2007 Georgie Boy Pursuit 32 ft. I need to remove & replace the water pump. I'm told it's behind the water distribution wall. Do I need to remove the wall (with all those connections) to get to the water pump or is there another way?
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Your water pump might be in the bedroom cabinet; floor level, behind a removable panel. If yours is in the water compartment area more work will be involved to get it out and replaced, unless you can do it by feel only.
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If that panel is like ours, all of the connections are flexable hoses behind the wall, and you can pull the wall toward you enough to access whats back there. Our wall panel was secured by about 6 screws. Good luck.

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If that panel is like ours, all of the connections are flexable hoses behind the wall, and you can pull the wall toward you enough to access whats back there. Our wall panel was secured by about 6 screws. Good luck.

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Well here goes I'm going to give it a go. I'll let you know how I made out'
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Thanks everyone for the info....I removed the top panel and saw the water pump but for me to get to the pump to remove & replace I need to remove the water distribution wall. Looks like a pain. I need to search for a new pump before I replace the old. It's a Flo jet pump.
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