-- thanks, yes, accumulator tank is like a well pressure tank
-- happy to help, and thanks all for a nicely balanced discussion -- plenty yet to learn as we all travel down this road together
-- agree that a non-absorbent foot pad material is better, will check with HVAC contractor I know
-- agree, kick valance at floor does not need to be removed right now
-- drawer installation -- if we have the same hardware -- when you are ready for the final push to seat the drawer in the slide, get your index fingers behind the orange tabs and get your thumbs on the white tabs and push them together ("pinch") until things snap in place -- simply pushing on the face of the drawer for the final "click in place" feeling does not work. Hard to describe -- as I said earlier, try getting on the floor and look up at the bottom of the top small drawer for guidance IMO -- after my fingers learned the force need to "pinch" things together, it got easier to repeat the process
-- pump discharge is small amount -- owner's manual covers -- use towel to catch
-- city water T -- remove aluminum cover to right of toilet on built-up floor ply box in back and you can see the lay of the land. [simple -- a few accessible screws is all] Point phone camera up into the void under the bath counter, with flash on, and you can get a photo of the vacuum breaker (and city water feed and routing) I referred to. When I get the attachment process figured out, I will post some photos, which make this much clearer
-- Blue Highway -- great song -- Chet Atkins carries this version IMO -- can we find a less schmaltzy version please?
-- noisy fridge fan -- ditto -- see earlier posts -- got my 2 Silenx fans from Amazon -- problem is gone now in cooler weather
Now to attach a photo of my pump and filter. I assume you have the same set up, Bob, since we have the same model year?
Thanks again everyone for the productive discussion here,