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Old 09-23-2020, 03:48 PM   #41
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if a check ball is used, a trick which will sometimes unstick a stuck check ball is to apply a massager/vibrator to the body of the - in this case- pump

that can knock off any hard water mineral deposits and allow the check ball to seat and seal

it only takes a few minutes to try before we start tearing stuff apart

this can also help to move sticking gunk from a kitchen drain P trap to the main drain

or a sticky carburetor float

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Old 09-25-2020, 12:23 AM   #42
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Hello (bonjour) (Bounjourno) .. am NEW 2 this post .. as a new member i am here 2 aquire info .. on CLASS B UNITS .. THANX
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(No matter which way we turn our city "red by-pass valve" in the cubbie, it fills the fresh water tank in both positions.) I don't think it's suppose to do that. Thank you for reading my post and hopefully someone will have a solution for me.
I haven't connected to city water yet, only used the tank, but I don't recall the previous owner showing me a "bypass" valve? Would that apply to a 2007 Pleasure Way? I don't want to screw anything up by connecting to water. Thanks!
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I have a 2006 PW Lexor and do not have to select any valves or etc when switching from "hose water" to "tank water" ...just turn on the pump for the latter.
You pump is in the armoire under the carpeted base, just pull it up if you ever need to get to it.


( if stored dry, you can also prime the pump by connecting to hose water and running through the lines...which I do before each trip, clean my fresh water tank and run clean water through all systems- this will prime your pump too)



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I have a 2006 PW Lexor and do not have to select any valves or etc when switching from "hose water" to "tank water" ...just turn on the pump for the latter.
You pump is in the armoire under the carpeted base, just pull it up if you ever need to get to it.
Perfect! Thanks.
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