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  1. I have a pair of Velvac bases labeled as C7094910 Base(9"RAD) BUS ARM MIR ASY CHROME, but not sure what they go on. Someone told me they were for a 2007-2008 Mandalay Bay. They are still in original box dated 01/29/01 and brand new. If anyone knows anyone with a need, let me know. Jim McPheters 08 Dip
  2. Mine was in the service bay, behind the big panel, on the right hand wall. Jim McPheters
  3. Quick update, installed new latching controller, all is well. It also controls the tank test switch on the monitor panel in the hallway. Thanks again to all responders for sharing their knowledge. Jim McPheters 08 dip
  4. Thanks, I asked for any and all. Hope that covers it, and specifically for pump and relay. Jim
  5. Thanks, I saw that site reference the other day and will follow-up. Jim
  6. Sadly I have no wiring diagram. I have already removed monitoring panel a couple of times, nothing there but wires. Also removed fuse panel at rear of coach and looked behind there, no luck. Will consider wire tracer. Thanks for taking time to reply. Jim 08 dip
  7. Thanks for the incredibly prompt replies. My 10 amp fuse is in fuse panel in rear bedroom. I find no sign of a relay near there, nor an in line fuse near the water pump in the service bay or any other relays. I know it's possible the pump is gone, but want to rule out other items first. Pump is going to be a bear to remove. Jim 08 Dip I was able to apply direct power to the pump today and it worked fine. Also searched every orifice I could find in coach and never found any sign of a relay or even a green circuit board. I did find a couple of great hiding places or storage areas during my search though. Been in service bay, under all 3 sinks, top of water heater, outside compartment of refrigerator, compartment next to service bay, by inverter etc. None of the 3 momentary switches will activate the pump. Maybe just replace the 10 amp fuse for kicks. Any of you have an 08 diplomat 40 pdq specifically? Jim McPheters 08 dip
  8. Thanks for the incredibly prompt replies. My 10 amp fuse is in fuse panel in rear bedroom. I find no sign of a relay near there, nor an in line fuse near the water pump in the service bay or any other relays. I know it's possible the pump is gone, but want to rule out other items first. Pump is going to be a bear to remove. Jim 08 Dip
  9. We were in/under 8 inches of snow last week. Temps at night were single digit. Either water pump froze or minimal amount of water in fresh water tank froze. Regardless, no running water in coach. Used hair dryer to get it working . Now home and none of switches will turn water pump on. Fuse is fine, 10 amp. Any relays anywhere i should be looking for? There was a lot of water in and on coach when ice and snow on roof started to melt. Everything is dry now. Jim McPheters 08 dip 40 pdq
  10. Which of the issues mentioned would apply to my driver's side shade retracting slower than the passenger one. Additionally i have to push the switch, shade goes up a bit, stops and I have to release switch and re press several times to get the shade totally retracted. Any thoughts? Jim McPheters 08 Dip, 40 pdq
  11. I used to walk into the stations and ask the folks staffing the pah center or a manager if one could be found. Very few knew much about the products they were selling. I have given that up and try find labels on the pumps that may indicate the maximum percentage of bio in the pump. Don't believe I have found but once, in Minnesota, any fuel with greater than 20% bio. Jim McPheters 08 dip 90k miles
  12. 50' deep by 30' wide. Jim McPheters 08 dio
  13. I have a detached 15 x 30 rv garage with a temperature controlled exhaust fan near the peak on one end. Comes on at about 85 degrees. Only 2 of the walls are insulated and drywalled, the east end and the south wall. I have run my a/c for several hours without any problem of which I am aware. Building is 22 feet tall at center and walls are nearly 15 feet to the trusses. I only run one air at a time. I have never thought about running airs overnight. It's warm here in Southern California, but not like you will experience. Jim McPheters 08 dip
  14. We are in southern California and typically don't travel far early in the year. Jim McPheters
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