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Old 06-08-2015, 07:50 PM   #1
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Water pump switch

I have a 2008 29F Wildcat and love it! However, the water pump switch is mounted by the stove (rear kitchen ) and when we are towing the slides are in, naturally, and we can't get to the water pump switch without a lot of huffing and puffing.
I guess I have 2 questions; is it safe to leave the water pump turned on when towing (thus solving the problem of access and if not, is it possible to wire a second switch to a more convenient location, say the bathroom, since that is the only reason we need water when we are on the move (no pun intended.
I've reviewed the post in the forum but haven't seen anything related to this.

thanks for your help.
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Old 06-08-2015, 07:54 PM   #2
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Of course you can leave it on, won't hurt it a bit. Just make sure all the faucets are off before exiting so you don't drain your holding tank.
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Of course you can leave it on, won't hurt it a bit. Just make sure all the faucets are off before exiting so you don't drain your holding tank.
X2 and yes you can wire another switch to operate pump.....
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