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Old 10-18-2012, 07:22 AM   #1
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Water pump location

I know the water pump is under the floor in the closet next to the shower in a 2005 safari 25 ft FB, but how does one gain access to it? I cannot get the floor bottom to pull up, is there another way? Jim
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Old 10-18-2012, 09:10 AM   #2
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On my 2006 FB there is a panel below the closet door that is hinged and secured with a cabinet catch. Just stick a screwdriver behind it and pop it open.
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thanks, I will try that, jim
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Is the refrigerator next to the closet? If so, open the small storage door under the refer. The back panel is held in by 2 screws. remove the screws and pull the panel out. The pump is right there. At least it is on the FC...

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I will try that also when I get a chance. Thanks, jim
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Panel under refrig was a no go, but I noticed the panel under the closet with the heater vent was loose so I pulled on it and it hinged open. Voila, there is the water pump with duct work above it. I found a piece of clear tubing about a half inch in diameter loose at one end. Can not tell where it is connected. It would be easier if the floor of the closet hinged up and then clear access to everything would be available. Any ideas on the tube! I may ake a saw to the closet floor to gainbetter acces. Jim
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Did you buy your trailer used? If so, someone may have installed a 3 way valve on the input side of the pump and the clear hose would then slide into a jug of RV antifreeze for winterizing when you turn the valve. It's not a Florida thing....
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Thanks, I will look into that, jim
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