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Help! - Pump Supply Failure


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I was using the external pump and it sort of ground to a halt and when I checked I saw the red light under the on/off pump switch was out. Normally it's on when the pump runs or is disconnected when the switch is on. I looked for a pump fuse in the fusebox but there wasn't one, all the other fuses look good. Any ideas? I would add that last year I had an internal tank added. It has its own pump and there's a changeover switch. But neither pump now works and because the red light is out I suspect the problem is with the supply somewhere. It's an Avondale Eagle, 2000 year model. All suggestions gratefully received.

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Avondale Eagle, with inboard tank & solar panels.

Pulled by a Chrysler 300C CRD Touring.

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Never mind, it miraculously repaired itself overnight - if only all of life was this simple!

Avondale Eagle, with inboard tank & solar panels.

Pulled by a Chrysler 300C CRD Touring.

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