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Old 08-26-2011, 08:19 AM   #1
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Default 230DS Water Pump Location?

I've looked all over, under the shower, under the sofa, and no luck. It bangs like crazy and I want to insulate it. Any help?
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Old 08-26-2011, 08:06 PM   #2
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Don't know for sure, haven't actually seen one of those models, but, I believe that you will find it under the refrigerator. Most models have the furnace under the refrigerator and there is more than enough space alongside of the furnace (it is long and skinny) to place the water pump. Look for a panel with a couple of screws holding it in place alongside the furnace under the refrigerator...

Again, that is only my guess; maybe someone that actually has that model will chime in



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Old 10-31-2011, 11:09 AM   #3
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Default Water Pump Location UPDATE

Ever since the beginning I have had problems with the LP system, furnace not working, water heater intermittent. I couldn't locate the water pump either.

Finally had a guy here in Mexico take the furnace out. One issue was a lose connection in the wiring. As for the gas, there were a couple of leaks; one in the stove and another at the regulator. Still wouldn't fire up. He switched the regulator from one tank to another and back and voila, it has been working now for two weeks beautifully.

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.

Apart from that, we are on the road now for the next two months. Everything works fine and we are happy with our 230DS.

Thanks in advance for all the great advice we receive here on this forum. I'm not the quickest when it comes to these types of repairs and problems.[/b]
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