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Old 12-11-2017, 08:52 AM   #1
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Help needed. Need picture of under sink plumbing. 1972 Sovereign.

Hi all, would love to see pics of plumbing layout under the sink, a few angles would be great.
Pics in and out of water pump and filter in particular.
Many thanks !
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Old 12-11-2017, 09:15 AM   #2
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What are you attempting to do? The pump is not always located under the sink, depending on the trailer.

If you are plumbing a new pump into the system it should be as follows. Line from freshwater tank, to the filter, from filter to pump input side, from pump output side it is teed into the cold water line. That connection can be anywhere you find the cold water line and is easy to work with.

I like to install an accumulator teed into the cold water line. This reduces the number of pump cycles while maintaining a near steady flow of water. Great while showering.
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you're referring to one of these assume,? sounds like a great idea ... I have on-demand hot water.

https://www.amazon.com/SHURflo-182-2.../dp/B000N9VF6Q
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Yes
Search around that is a bit pricey.
It can be had with either male or female connections
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I second the accumulator tank...

I highly recommend an accumulator tank, really cuts down on wear and tear on the pressure switch and often the pump doesn't even need to start if you just need a cup or two of water! It was the first thing I added to my trailer!
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