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Old 04-22-2017, 05:40 PM   #1
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Sanicon fuse

I changed the impeller on my sanicon, wasn't sure it was correct because I had to bend a couple of the blades, but on researching apparently this is correct, I hit the switch to see if it worked and no power, I'm sure it blew the fuse, anyone know where the fuse is?

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Old 04-22-2017, 05:46 PM   #2
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Check right side rear run box... top row.


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The fuse/breaker should reset by itself -- Bill Willard
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If yours is like my 2008 contessa, it is in the bathroom, in the main electrical panel. There is a small 12v panel with a plastic cover on it. Position #10 is the sanicon. Mine is a 20a fuse.
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If yours is like my 2008 contessa, it is in the bathroom, in the main electrical panel. There is a small 12v panel with a plastic cover on it. Position #10 is the sanicon. Mine is a 20a fuse.


That's were mine is located too, someone placed a hand written label on cover.
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Old 04-23-2017, 10:13 AM   #6
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The breaker for our SaniCon is in the passenger, rear run bay -- The photo shows the breakers -- They for the entry steps, Aqua hot bedroom furnace fan, SaniCon & step cover -- These are items that operate using a motor -- Bill Willard
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sanicon fuse

Found it in the bathroom panel, thankyou so much guys

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BTW, I've cut new gaskets and replaced the bearing behind the blades using a good quality sealed in-line roller skate bearing. Much of the time my gray water is open so after 10 years it had a little water penetration down the shaft to the bearing. Very easy rebuild since you are already doing the blades.
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BTW, I've cut new gaskets and replaced the bearing behind the blades using a good quality sealed in-line roller skate bearing. Much of the time my gray water is open so after 10 years it had a little water penetration down the shaft to the bearing. Very easy rebuild since you are already doing the blades.
I recently purchased a Camelot that had a Sani-con that would run, but wouldn't pump anything. I assume something on the drive impeller probably broke. I had a big trip planned so I replaced the entire pump, but want to go back and tear apart the original and try to repair it to have a spare. Was this a pretty simple process for you, and are parts available from Sani-con?
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I recently purchased a Camelot that had a Sani-con that would run, but wouldn't pump anything. I assume something on the drive impeller probably broke. I had a big trip planned so I replaced the entire pump, but want to go back and tear apart the original and try to repair it to have a spare. Was this a pretty simple process for you, and are parts available from Sani-con?
At the time, impeller and blades were listed as available, but mine were still serviceable so didn't wait to order them. My front bearing was bad causing drag and noise tripping the fuse a couple of times. When you dissemble the motor remember to put it back together in the same "clock" position or it will run backwards and you won't pump. (When pump is disassembled you could turn motor on and gently use your finger to verify proper rotation. It is obvious from the impeller which way it needs to turn.) I used a dremel to cut part way through the bearing race to crack it off the motor shaft. When tapping new bearing down the shaft, be gentle and check fit multiple times so you don't go too far but "just right". Added a "seems 'bout right" O-ring to the shaft. Cost me a couple of hours and a couple of bucks. If I didn't trace out and manually cut new gaskets it would have been less time. All in all pretty straight forward process. Been working great for about a year now. I do have to clean the accumulated hair off the blades a couple times a year. Once in a while use a zip tie to clean out gray water by-pass port from soap scum (so I don't have to take it out of the wet bay) and then when pump dumping black tank and a good long rinse, by-pass tube flushes clean again. Perhaps if I didn't leave the gray water valve open and draining I wouldn't have the problem.

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BTW, in reading this thread again I want to clarify my words. When I say "blades" I'm referring to the 2 blender like metal blades at the outside. I'm not referring to the soft bendable vanes on the impeller that actually do the pumping. That is located behind the metal blades and separator metal plate.
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Anyone know where this fuse is on a 2016 Monaco Diplomat? I didn't know I had a fuse box in the head, but will look tomorrow. I have a fuse box outside the head with the circuit breakers and another below the driver's side in the generator area.
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