So I purchased this pump in May 2020. I installed it in my coach mid May. On Oct 6 I discovered a leak coming from the housing. It had a very small crack which was spraying water.
I live in Tennessee and the coach was on three trips during this timeframe. Gatlinburg, Gulf Shores Alabama, and Carlisle Pa.
I contacted RV upgrades and was referred to the manufacturer (REMCO) for any warranty issues. Not good customer service but I did contact Remco.
I talked to Kristen Faber at REMCO and she advised to send the pump back and they will evaluate it to see if it qualifies for warranty.???? The Pump was only 5 months old. She told me that if they find it was cracked from something that was a problem with my coach, it would not be warranted. Seemed at the time she was prepping me for a denial. I told her it was a direct replacement for the previous pump that had lasted 15 years so the coach should not be the issue. She explained that if the coach had an issue with "pulsating" it could cause it to crack. She couldn't explain very well what she meant but I sent the pump in (at my expense) and waited to hear from Remco.
Today I got an email from Trevor Shiele who was the tech that inspected my pump and he advised it would NOT be covered under warranty because it was his opinion that it had froze.
I called Trevor and advised him that it was purchased and installed in May in Tennessee. Of the three trips this summer the coldest temp that it was in was 50's in Pa at the end of September. He said that he and three others at Remco examined the pump and concluded that it froze.
I'm furious because I know it has not been in any temp. near freezing since May. Trevor is obviously not a customer service type guy.
Trevor is going to have a sales Manager call me tomorrow so "I can argue with him".
Fingers crossed for better results from Sales Manager!