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Old 09-08-2018, 10:50 AM   #1
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Anybody know how to access the water pump?
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Old 09-08-2018, 05:19 PM   #2
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What year is your TT? That might make a difference for someone to help you. Our pump was under the kitchen sink, but we had a 210 with the kitchen in the center of the trailer, not the front like yours.
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copied this from an older post about a 230DS: Interesting part about the water pump is that it is under the fridge and you have to remove either the converter or the furnace to get to it. What a design.
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Old 09-16-2018, 11:16 AM   #4
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Anybody know how to access the water pump?
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*** Disregard my post ..... I didn't see the XDS230 .... but I'll leave this. Maybe someone will search on an X210WBS and it will be of help to them. ***



Hey, "Lowbid" ...1 st let me say MegaThanks to this site for helping ME with these types of question, because we know the answers aren't in the "user manuals", right???

I can tell you on my 2009 22' X210WBS, it is behind the particle board cover under the small countertop where your TV stand/Stereo is mounted, on the opposite side of the shower faucets in the bathroom. That is also reportedly where the port is that you can use to blow out your water lines with an air compressor for winterizing, although I've never done that.

So, you'll need to extend your couch slide-out and remove the screws on the cover panel below the Formica counter over the "entertainment" area.

I hope this helps. I haven't had to do this yet, but I so seldom use my water pump I'm going to bet it will need to be replaced soon, because of the infrequent use.

If you don't mind, please "share back" any experience you get from working on it!

Thanks, and happy camping!
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That is also reportedly where the port is that you can use to blow out your water lines with an air compressor for winterizing, although I've never done that.
On mine the winterizing valves are in the rear curbside exterior compartment. The floor lifts up and the bypass valves are underneath.
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