Originally Posted by ronchable2
Doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me to have a 110V pump in there but maybe that's it and I just have to get an inverter or replace the pump with a 12V...
The joys of buying used...
The previous owner customized the TT for his/her own satisfaction. My 1st TT had a 120VAC bar fridge because that family only used it in full hookup campgrounds. The pump was dried out from non-usage...
By the time I sold it, the whole water system was re-worked, a gas fridge was installed. A range (oven and stove) replaced the stove and a cabinet. And a bunch of other small mods so it was really ready for Dry Camping (boondocking). The young woman I sold it to was planning on making it a portable office for selling large parcels to the equestrian crowd....
So a 120V water pump doesn't surprise me.
I strongly recommend educating yourself on each of the sub-systems of your new portable house:
- Water (City, Fresh, Gray and Black)
- Overall Structure
- Roof (really important)
and how they interact with each other.
You've got some work ahead of you. But once you get a handle on which what is where and how it does what its supposed to.... You will have a wonderful time!