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Old 09-21-2021, 11:35 AM   #1
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Fresh waterpump switch model number??

Hey all. On our 04 intrigue the wet bay water pump switch has gotten corroded and is causing the pump to turn on when connected to city water so need to replace it

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Same as the one in the bathroom. But both labels are messed up and cannot make out the mfg model
Anyone know where to order one??

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Old 09-21-2021, 01:25 PM   #2
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Did some digging and found the switch at NWTVsupply
Model number was close to what I could read on the other switches
A8888BL
http://www.nwrvsupply.com/product/A8888BL.html

But the last 3 on my switch was BIL

May help someone down the road
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Don't know the part# for you, but my experience is - the pump running while on city water isn't the pump problem but city water pressure is too low .
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Old 09-21-2021, 09:28 PM   #4
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Dont think that was the issue pump pressure from the well is higher than pressure regulator on the coach
What was the issue was 12vdc pump would turn on by itself.....corroded wet bay switch...issue and turn off randomly.....even when connected to city...pardon me.well water supply with sufficient pressure

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Greg, hopefully you'll hear from someone in this forum about the make and/or part number. Meanwhile, if you are in a hurry, you may take one out of a ceiling lights in any one of the storage compartments. It should be the same switch.
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Hey Steven
Thought about that as I have a couple spares for the lights after replacing one
Problem was as I found out after ordering the above switch from NWRVSupply
It came as an on/off...more on that 8n a bit
What is required with our pump controller is a momentary switch
The replacement was not a momentary switch
So I believe I am looking for a Sigma 129i series
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That's interesting. On our coach, the switch for water is an on/off switch, it stays on when we are not connected to city water. Well, yours is 4 years newer... .
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Steve, do you have one or two water pump switches? In my case I have one above the door and one in the throne room. Each one is a momentary switch and works with an Intellac module. Activate one and it turns the pump on, activate the other one and it turns the pump off or vise versa.


I don't think any CC of newer vintage has a single straight on/off switch for the water pump
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It came with only one switch above the door. I installed one in bathroom that was a wireless switch to the pump. I think the key is you have the intellac and I don't have it.
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That must be what is in ours the intellac system
On above entry door one in throne room and one in the wet bay
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That's interesting. On our coach, the switch for water is an on/off switch, it stays on when we are not connected to city water. Well, yours is 4 years newer... .
This is true of our water pump toggle switch also.

It is located on the upper dash, curb side, so was not meant to be convenient to the toilet room.
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This is true of our water pump toggle switch also.

It is located on the upper dash, curb side, so was not meant to be convenient to the toilet room.
But I would not like to have to run up front to get the basin working and probably why CC started adding them at different locations
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But I would not like to have to run up front to get the basin working and probably why CC started adding them at different locations
This is probable, but since we leave the pump on all the time, except when abandoning the rig, it has seldom been inconvenient.

Regardless, what is in the bowl, stays in the bowl......
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