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Old 09-11-2021, 07:27 PM   #15
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Ken...I have NEVER heard of an RV water pump with a built-in controller. I know that my two motorhomes have had a seperate controller located near the pump itself and the 3 TT's I've owned didn't have that feature either.

Do you have any specific models that you know of in RV pumps that contain a built-in controller? If your RV does...what model pump does it have?

The "controller" is the pressure switch in the pump head.

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The "controller" is the pressure switch in the pump head.

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There is a pump pressure sensor and a pump controller. Found it. The controller Was located behind the 110v breaker panel screwed to the floor.
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