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Old 09-29-2019, 09:49 AM   #1
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Water pump no pressure axis 25.6

Does anyone know how to get to water pump valve on a 25.6 . I get water in the coach only on city water not on pump
Axis 25.6 2018 bought as leftover 1 month ago
Using it for the first time

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Old 09-29-2019, 12:13 PM   #2
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I would check the obvious things like is there enough water in the fresh water tank
for the pump to prime, is there power to the pump. As per location log on to the Thor
Resource website and enter your VIN number and access all of the schematics to show
where it is located, in my Compass its behind a panel inside the outside storage compartment and not much room to get at it.
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Old 09-29-2019, 12:32 PM   #3
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Does anyone know how to get to water pump valve on a 25.6 . I get water in the coach only on city water not on pump
Axis 25.6 2018 bought as leftover 1 month ago
Using it for the first time
Have you filled the FW tank? have you turned on the WP? Can you hear the pump running.
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Old 09-29-2019, 02:49 PM   #4
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Well I canít advise you on where the fresh water tank valve is on the input (low pressure) side of the water pump in your coach, but my question is has the water pump recently worked OK and if yes then the fresh water tank valve should not have changed position (unless you did it?......or it was in the shop somewhere and they did it). So the following should be checked (some already posted previously):


- fresh water tank has water in it
- fresh water tank valve is open
- check for plastic bits or other crap in the water strainer/filter on the input (or low pressure) side of the pump. Normally close to the pump, but it will be somewhere between the fresh water tank valve and the water pump inlet.
- does the pump actually come on when you open a water tap inside the coach?


I hope that helps you a bit......
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Old 09-29-2019, 03:40 PM   #5
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My problem like this was a bit of plastic swarf(the word for the spirals/chips that come off a drill bit or turning on a mill) was caught in the water tubing.

Punchline:
You haven't supplied enough info to help you.
Do you hear the pump running?
Any water at all, a trickle?
Do you hear the pipe 'thump' when you engage the pump?
Did you turn off shore water before activating the pump?
What leads you to believe it's the valve and not the switch you used?
Does the pilot light indicate when you use the switch?

So many ways it won't work....
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