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Old 12-09-2022, 08:30 PM   #1
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Water Pump Circuit

On my 2004 TS I have been searching around to find the dedicated circuit (fused) going to the water pump. I have checked both in the bedroom and out side by the cabinet near the front left tire. I can not see any specific labeled fuse going to it ? I suppose it has just been tied into something else and I know I can keep pulling fuses till I hit the right circuit , but thought I would ask for some assistance. I recently installed see-level tank sensors (love them ) while I was in the process of replacing the wet bay rotted floor. I have been having some problems getting the pump to work correctly with the seelvel switch inside, with the second one I mounted in the water bay. Guess I am going to need to go back to square one and identify the main feed source and the two traveler wires for the two three way switches....Any help would be appreciated...
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I did the same conversion when I rebuilt my wet bay. If Iím not mistaken my water pump pulled power from the old monitor panel I removed to put the seeólevel unit in. If you pull the fuse for that panel it will kill the power to both the water heater ignition and the water pump.
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And you would be right ...The water pump derives it's feed from the 10 amp circuit feeding the monitor panel. Thank you for your input. I am very happy overall with the upgrades I did along with replacing the rotted wood in my wet bay. Those see-level sensors are the only way to go and also I fixed the water tank siphoning out when putting fresh water in by installing the taller drain pipes with the one way air valves. All the suggestions others have added over the years concerning our wet bays really help a person if you take the time to read them through.
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