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Old 04-10-2015, 09:21 AM   #1
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Help. Cannot find the water pump check valve on my 2014 Itaska Sunstar 31ke
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The check valve to prevent water pressure from 'leaking' or back flowing into the water tank is usually right at the inlet to the water pump or actually built into the pump itself. If the pump keeps cycling and no other leaks can be found, it might mean the check valve is leaking. You then could either rebuilt the pump (if the valve is internal) or just add a new check valve in the line leading to the inlet of the pump.
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The check valve to prevent water pressure from 'leaking' or back flowing into the water tank is usually right at the inlet to the water pump or actually built into the pump itself. If the pump keeps cycling and no other leaks can be found, it might mean the check valve is leaking. You then could either rebuilt the pump (if the valve is internal) or just add a new check valve in the line leading to the inlet of the pump.
Must be in the pump. Winnie isn't showing a valve in their schematics
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You might also contact Winnebago Industries at: or@winnebagoind.com providing your serial number and question. They generally respond within 48 hours.

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68SILVER, check valve is in the pump about $8 on line see attached link.

https://www.plumbersstock.com/files/...948-ZoafJX.pdf
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