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Old 11-29-2019, 08:47 AM   #1
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1996 Sea Breaze manuals

If anyone needs a copy of any of the 1996 Sea Breeze owners manuals. I will gladly share copies of what I have. The previous two owners of our home thoughtfully kept and passed on all of the manuals including the Chevy P30 repair manual to us. If any one needs any help I will do what I can to help get the info out there.
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Can you tell me where the fresh water pump is located on your SeaBreeze? I also have a '96 SB but can't find it. I can hear it, at times, but can't put my finger on it. Thanks
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Can you tell me where the fresh water pump is located on your SeaBreeze? I also have a '96 SB but can't find it. I can hear it, at times, but can't put my finger on it. Thanks
It is behind the little panel under the refrigerator between the heater vent and power distribution box. The panel is held in with Velcro. Take a flat bladed tool and the panel comes right out.
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It is behind the little panel under the refrigerator between the heater vent and power distribution box. The panel is held in with Velcro. Take a flat bladed tool and the panel comes right out.
Thanks SeaBreazer. I found mine under the closet, beside the reefer. Removed a drawer and there it was! Thx.
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