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Old 12-27-2017, 03:44 PM   #1
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2016 20' Water pump access

How do you access the water pump in a 20' 2016 FC?
It is a forward bed with twin sinks.
Pump is below (just rear?) of oven.
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Old 12-27-2017, 05:32 PM   #2
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Remove one or more drawers to gain access. They should unclip from underneath, then lift off the tracks.
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How do you access the water pump in a 20' 2016 FC?
It is a forward bed with twin sinks.
Pump is below (just rear?) of oven.
Thanks
Pull out the drawer and sith each hand under each front corner, feel for the release botton...pull with a finger towards the drawer side to release the drawer from the glides. Some have suggest standing on your head helps, but a small mirror will help you see the release. When you slide it back in...again two hand but on the front, and pull the little tabs towards the drawer face until it snaps.

I'll look for good post re drawer coming out unexpectedly on the 20 footers thread

There is a lot of info specifically to 20's. BTW...welcome to the forum and to the 20's club/thread.

Bob


Btw, I Think you may have heating ducts In the pump house, so it may be a little tight. Are you winterizing and/or adding a diverter valve?
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understilts here ya go.
http://www.airforums.com/forums/f542/20-footers-127845-41.html#post1759751 post 568


BTW while you're in the pump house...

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f443...ml#post1772077 post 33 is my solution. I have since added a diverter valve for winterizing but always use air, except an emergency winterization while OTR


noisy fan is another early mod.

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