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Old 04-10-2012, 05:11 PM   #1
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2007 Classic 30; Water Pump Access

Has anyone accessed the water pump beneath the wardrobe floor of their 30 or 31 Classic?
If so please describe how.
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We had a 2005 Classic 30. The closet floor would come out giving complete access to the water pump.
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The panel should just lift up and its tucked down there will all the heating ducts.
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Old 04-10-2012, 06:17 PM   #4
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Which Panel?

Floor panel inside closet or face panel.
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The felt panel on the floor of the closet gives access to a lower compartment.. dig around the edge of the panel.. there may be a couple screws you have to remove to lift it up.
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Ours is a '93 34 so could be different but the floor (bottom) of the wardrobe is hinged at the back, knob up front.

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Old 04-11-2012, 03:30 PM   #7
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Just As You Said Airslide

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The panel should just lift up and its tucked down there will all the heating ducts.
Just as you said, Airslide. Someone had even installed two drawer pulls to make it easy to lift up and out of the way.

Voila! Way down deep, past the water pump and heater ducting were the objects of my search: the backside of the petcocks for the hot and cold water, low-point drains. Now I can replace my petcocks!
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Great! yep.. this is a pretty smart group, I think everyone got it right. When all else fails just dig around and you might find something you weren't even looking for!

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