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Old 09-09-2015, 11:17 AM   #21
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I have an 2014 X19H and my low point drains are in the same area as yours except for they cut a little hole in that divider panel and they stick out into the storage section exactly where your coffee pot box is sitting.
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Old 09-09-2015, 11:43 AM   #22
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Reading the manual to find the pump is pointless. They don't publish it. Just one of the many 'fun' parts of owning an RV.
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Old 09-09-2015, 12:23 PM   #23
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Screwed in access panels are the norm throughout the industry. What they should do and do in other models is make easy access of the low point drains for quick temporary draining in the colder months when you use a unit. Some of mine are accessable while others are behind panels.

My last TT had a panel that had to be removed in order to gain access. Simple mod of a piano hinge and 1/2 drill bit for a pull hole was what I did.
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Reading the manual to find the pump is pointless. They don't publish it. Just one of the many 'fun' parts of owning an RV.
Jayco and other manufacturers have taken a huge short cut in manual publications. You don't get a manual specific to a certain model but rather a manual that loosely covers the entire series. I guess they rely on the end user to be willing to put in some work to understand where everything is located.
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Jayco and other manufacturers have taken a huge short cut in manual publications. You don't get a manual specific to a certain model but rather a manual that loosely covers the entire series. I guess they rely on the end user to be willing to put in some work to understand where everything is located.

As sad as Jayco's manuals are, they are still better than the manuals that come with computers and cell phones (what manuals?). They just come with a piece of paper that says if you need help go to their website. How do I do that if I can't get the crazy thing to work to get to their website for help????
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Huh. I have a 2014 X19H and my pump is in the lower portion of the cabinet directly behind that bench seat (circled in red). My compartment under the bench is basically empty.... Not sure why they would move it. You wouldn't gain much storage by moving it out of the cabinet and it is easy to get to....
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I took the screws out to access the bypass on the X23B and never put them back in. Was no problem.
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I'd much prefer that and the access that it provides you as compared to my 23b pump being tucked under the refrigerator with a door. Down on my hands and knees isn't so convenient.

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Vic, I removed that stupid little panel that restricts access to the pump. It's a lot easier now.
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I took the screws out to access the bypass on the X23B and never put them back in. Was no problem.
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Vic, I removed that stupid little panel that restricts access to the pump. It's a lot easier now.
After DH accessed the w/h to bypass it yesterday in the winterization process I was wondering if anyone had any good ideas of ways to put the door back on other than with the screws. Ours on our 23rb was held with two screws that I'm sure after several winterizations won't hold well.
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After DH accessed the w/h to bypass it yesterday in the winterization process I was wondering if anyone had any good ideas of ways to put the door back on other than with the screws. Ours on our 23rb was held with two screws that I'm sure after several winterizations won't hold well.
I removed the WH bypass access panel with the expectation of installing some T-nuts from the inside of the cabinet and using machine thumbscrews to hold the panel in place.

That was in July.

The panel is still on the floor in the storage area. That'll be #6 or #7 on the projects list during de-winterization next April...
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