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Old 11-18-2014, 09:08 PM   #31
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Don't feel bad, my story just keeps getting worse!

I finally got all of the bypass valves in the correct position, stuck the hose in the gallon of pink stuff, opened the kitchen faucet, and turned on the pump. The pump ran for about 30 seconds... and died. No blown fuses, so I guess it just bit the dust.

It's currently 19 degrees out, and the poor Redhawk is not winterized.

This stuff just shouldn't be happening in a new motorhome!

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Old 11-18-2014, 09:27 PM   #32
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make sure all the valves and faucets are closed , turn the inlet screen around, with all valves closed the pump will run for about 30 seconds to build pressure, they are on demand pumps, then add pink stuff from a bucket which should be higher than the inlet open faucets 1 by one, if this doesn't work try buying a drill pump they are about ten dollars at lowes to prime pump, other alternative take it to dealer where you bought it they should have gone over this at delivery- good luck ps don't forget outside shower its the first to freeze

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