We took delivery of our V-lite during the winter of 2011. After our first trip out I installed the CAMCO winterizing valve to enable easy winterizing and adding the anti-freeze liquid. The first thing I noticed was the water pump was installed as far back in the cabinet that is under the TV as it could be. I had to almost crawl inside this small area to reach the pump to install the valve. The plastic tube/connector that comes with the winterizing valve kit was too short to reach from the back of cabinet out to a comfortable place to insert in a bottle to transfer anti-freeze.
I struggled through the first year with the process placing lots of towels around on the floor but I said here is a perfect opportunity to improve my coach.
I studied the area where the pump and water filter are and determined that a small platform could be built and installed over the wiring and plumbing bundle that lay on the bottom of this cabinet area.
Installing this platform would enable me to move the pump to the front of the cabinet area without having to change any lines. The line from the fresh tank would reach the pump as well as the output line from the pump could be used attaching to the filter. This small addition placed my water pump in a location I can easily get to the winterizing valve this winter and if I ever have to change the pump out it will be super easy. Hope you find this helpful....