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Old 10-02-2011, 06:46 PM   #1
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Water Pump Access

I would like to change out our water pump on a Georgetown 350. It is located ubove the LP tank on curb side. It is enclosed by a panel that is secured by two screws. I have removed the two screws and the panel is still firmly fixed to the MH. There is an access hole but not sufficient for me to remove the pump and install a new one. I am looking for suggestions or someone that has had a similasr experience.

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Old 10-03-2011, 10:02 AM   #2
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Water pump

I have a 2008 378TS and my water pump is also located over the propane tank. The plastic panel you refer to is stapled to a piece of 1 x 1 that has two or three screws going through it attaching it to the underside of the floor. Remove these and the whole panel falls out and you can access the pump.

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Old 10-03-2011, 11:54 AM   #3
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In my case the pump is in the same location but that plastic panel is screwed in at the bottom and is slid into a channel at the top. It was siliconed all around to seal it as well. I took a razor knife and was able to get it loose. I also found where FR ran one of the cables around the outside of the frame and just wedged the panel against the frame and siliconed the opening. I've since relocated the cable and added a couple more self-tapping screws across the bottom. It's sealed off very well and is easy to remove when necessary.

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Old 10-04-2011, 12:17 AM   #4
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My pump is in the same place. I took that vanity panel off. Took out the screws, then used a hammer to knock the black plastic vanity panel loose from it's staples. Once I got one side free I just yanked and pulled like crazy with heavy gloves on.

Then I proceeded to take the rest of these silly panels off everywhere else I could find them. I little demolition is good for the soul.
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