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Old 09-21-2021, 09:47 AM   #1
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Question Low water pump output

We are new to this but we have an 03 Itasca Sunflyer. When on city water the water output is fine. But when we use the internal tank and water pump we get a very small stream. Any suggestions. I noticed that in the IPB (illustrated parts breakdown) that there is a pump and an accumulator. Also, where is the accumulator? I have located the pump. Thank you.
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I would suggest you first check the pump filter screen which should be easy to see/locate. If that screen gets clogged, water flow is impaired.


Since you have good flow from city water, the issues seems to be with the pump and/or accumulator, as you suspect, but the easiest one to address is the filter screen on the pump.


The accumulator is typically located close to the outlet port of the pump, so begin your search from there.
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Yes, that is correct. Check the pump inlet filter, which is usually located directly in front of the pump.
Another question, with City water disconnected, when you turn on the pump does it continually run or shut off until some one opens a faucet? If it continually runs then either the lineup is not right or you have a faucet open or a leak that city water does not flow thru.
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We are new to this but we have an 03 Itasca Sunflyer. When on city water the water output is fine. But when we use the internal tank and water pump we get a very small stream. Any suggestions. I noticed that in the IPB (illustrated parts breakdown) that there is a pump and an accumulator. Also, where is the accumulator? I have located the pump. Thank you.
Also make sure the valve is turned off of tank fill. If left in that position the pump will just keep recirculating the water back to the tank.
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