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Old 04-12-2014, 06:11 PM   #11
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So basically I need a hand pump faucet. That is kind of what I thought.
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Old 04-12-2014, 06:40 PM   #12
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Do you have propane in the tank? Is the propane turned on? Turn the stove on for a few minutes to purge the lines on air. If you have gas going to the furnace and it still will not start. It is most likely a bad sail switch of the furnace. The fan has to get up to speed to allow the furnace to light. The converter does not have any effect on the 120 volt side of the camper. Is the main breaker turned off?
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Old 04-12-2014, 07:02 PM   #13
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Long shot but see if the front of the thermostat come off. Might be a igniter delay control there. Was on mine- wasn't set correctly at factory. First night camping was a cold one and furnance wouldn't light. After a few beers the next day, found that control.
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Old 04-12-2014, 07:31 PM   #14
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So basically I need a hand pump faucet. That is kind of what I thought.
if you don't have an electric water pump, then yes. but you haven't answered whether the popup does or doesn't.
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Our popup pump looked like this one:

Leisure Components Dual Action Low Boy Pump Colonial White - $34...

Push down on the handle and you get city water. Pump the handle up and down and you suck water from your FW tank.
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I don't think it has a pump. I'm sorry for the lack of information. Learning ad I go
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I don't think it has a pump. I'm sorry for the lack of information. Learning ad I go
all you need to do is follow the water line from the FW tank to where the faucet is supposed to be.
if there's no electric pump, then you'll need a hand pump faucet.

neither of our two popups, had an electric water pump. both just had the hand pump faucet.
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Sorry op. I just assumed it was a normal rv faucet. Didnt know that some had pumps on them.

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Old 04-17-2014, 10:25 AM   #19
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My faucet in my Coleman Mesa looked different than that but was the same concept. I added a water pump so I wouldn't have to hand pump the water and also replaced the faucet with a regular faucet. My camper did not have a hot water heater so I ran the feed from the water pump to the hot side and the pressurized line for the city hookup to the cold side. Worked great.
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On my old Jayco popup I believe I had to hold the ignitor button in for some time before it would actually light. If I didnt hold it in long enough it would just turn on then back off after a few seconds. I thought mine was broken too but it wasnt.
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