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  1. tevake
    04-04-2016 09:07 AM
    In rereading your question, no I don't think the freshwater pump should be activated without the coach switch being on.
    You might check out the battery isolator in the front hood area drivers side. They sometimes end up having bridge wires installed that may cause this cross over. It's a blue finned device with four terminals arraigned top to bottom. The bridge wires connect some of these terminals. Again post your puzzling questions on the forum to get more input.

    Cheers Richard
  2. tevake
    04-04-2016 08:57 AM
    There are a couple of switches for the fresh water pump in my coach, one on the controll panel above the stove and one in the toilet room. These can be turned on when ever the coach battery switch is turned on. They will work whether the engine is on or not.

    I still have a couple of mystery switches of unknown function after two years of full timing in my coach. Past owners have made changes and left old gear in place. This adds some to the confusion. I hope this helps answer your question. If not post a thread and many insights will come up.

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