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Old 09-22-2014, 09:48 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by niclab View Post
Hi I do not travel with my TT. I only use the water pump to winterize.I have a 2011 Surveyor Select 264. There is a small constant drip from the pump. I keep a dish under it and empty the water leaking. Where is the water coming from I do not use the Fresh Water Tank I use city water and have a water regulator attached to hose.
The check valve being referred to is inside the water pump. Most likely trash has entered the pump during winterizing and has fouled it.

You can try freeing it by putting water into the fresh tank and running the pump (with city water disconnected) allowing the water to flush out any trash internal to the pump.

Options for repair also include repair or replacement of the water pump and adding another check valve between the pump and the water "T"
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