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Old 11-19-2014, 01:06 AM   #1
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Fuse for water pump

We have 378TS 2008 GT. Winter full timing right now. The inline fuse for water pump blew once, replaced it and all was fine for a few days. The pump is not working again but the fuse is good. Wondering if there is another fuse somewhere? It has been cold but we are keeping everything warm underneath. So also wondering if the pumps don't work when it gets to around 10 degrees? Nothing is froze, but water pump is close to outside, it's about 40 degrees in that compartment.
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Old 11-19-2014, 07:29 AM   #2
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Gary check voltage at the fuse you recently replaced to see if you have power there or not.

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Ok will do. I had leave for couple days, so will check when I get back.


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Ok will do. I had leave for couple days, so will check when I get back.


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Btw consider buy a volt / ohm meter just for your camper.
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