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Old 10-19-2010, 12:37 PM   #1
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Water pump

Where is the water pump on a V-lite 30 WTBS? I can here it running but can't seem to find it.
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Old 10-19-2010, 01:33 PM   #2
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Hi jdandrson. I can tell you my 30WRLS V lite has the water pump under the kitchen sink, to the left of the fresh water tank. Is your fresh tank mounted on top of the floor, like mine is, or underneath the camper? You'll need to find that tank, because if you camp with no electric, which case you need the pump, you will also need to drain the fresh tank after using it, to keep the water from getting stale. The drain valve is right next to the tank, and the pump is about a foot from the tank. Randy
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I forgot to tell you there is a false wall under the kitchen sink cabinet to the left side that is easily removed for access to the pump and drain valve. That's how mine is, at least. Randy
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Old 10-19-2010, 03:16 PM   #4
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Hi jdandrson. I can tell you my 30WRLS V lite has the water pump under the kitchen sink, to the left of the fresh water tank. Is your fresh tank mounted on top of the floor, like mine is, or underneath the camper? You'll need to find that tank, because if you camp with no electric, which case you need the pump, you will also need to drain the fresh tank after using it, to keep the water from getting stale. The drain valve is right next to the tank, and the pump is about a foot from the tank. Randy
Funny on our 30WRLS it is under the entertainment center beside the subwoofer. the 2 doors are screwed shut
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:59 PM   #5
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Well I found it. In a triple hinged, screwed shut, door under what we call the pantry closet. Now WTF were they thinking? There is about an inch of room to drop the filter housing. I never did find the hot/cold water bypass valve they talked about in the owners manual I blew the water out and poured the RV antifreeze in the drains and toilet but only time will tell if it is right.
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The bypass is where the hot water heater is. There should be a panel inside a cabinet that comes out. Just go from where the heater door on the outside is to the inside where the back would be.
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