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Old 02-14-2003, 05:38 PM   #1
sreigle
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2nd water pump switch

I forgot about this modification until just now. In our 3295RK the water pump switch is at the aft end of the kitchen peninsula at the rear of the rig. When the slides are closed, it's inaccessible. Not good during a potty stop while on the road. The pump is located behind a door below the curio cabinet in the front of the lower living area and is accessible when the slides are in. I got a lighted (when "on") switch from radio shack and mounted this switch just inside the door to the water pump compartment. Now, when we stop we can turn on the pump without opening the slides. The light reminds us the switch is on so we don't forget (usually) to turn it off.

Steve and Vicki Reigle
Topeka, KS (until 4/03, then fulltime traveling)
'99 F350 V10; '03 3295RK
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