Originally Posted by Robbbyr
I have a 2-gallon accumulator tank on my Seneca. I also replaced the original water pump with a variable speed 5-chamber Remco 5.0 GPM pump. Between the two components I have smooth water flow just like at home. And the tank will supply more than one toilet flush or several hand washings before the pump has to kick back on.
I am sorry to ask if you have posted this elsewhere but I canít seem to find anything. I am in the process of many of the modifications you have documented on the forum. Thank you. May I ask a few questions about this modification?
What tank did you install and where?
Did you put the lines to it after the valve between pump and city water?
The remco site says a accumulator is not needed. Do you disagree?
What pressure did you set the accumulator at?
Thanks as always for being the Seneca modification guru.