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Old 10-22-2012, 03:02 AM   #1
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hey all i'm looking for the water pump in my Zinger 30BH, I would like to add the auto winter feed when winterizing & I have no idea where it is, any help appreciated. thanks

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Old 10-22-2012, 03:26 AM   #2
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I believe the water pump is located in the kitchen base cabinet below the range.
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Old 10-22-2012, 03:31 AM   #3
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Turn the pump on and open a faucet you'll be able to hear the pump. Just follow the sound to get a general idea of its location.
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Old 10-22-2012, 04:07 AM   #4
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yeah I have tried that just can't see it - i wanted to install the quick winterization kit for pumping rv antif. into the unit for winter but it's not visable - I guess it could be under the stove behind the fake wall board?
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yeah I have tried that just can't see it - i wanted to install the quick winterization kit for pumping rv antif. into the unit for winter but it's not visable - I guess it could be under the stove behind the fake wall board?

Absolutely, there should be a couple of screws holding the fake board in place. In fact if you look closely at the underside of the stove, that panel will not touch the bottom of the stove and you will likely see the water lines for the pump. Remove the panel and find the fill tube for the anti-freeze.
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Just turn it on and listen for t he noise..you will be able to locate it easily
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Old 01-04-2014, 03:39 PM   #7
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Same problem on a Sunset Trail 31, can't find it and it is not making a noise. It was fine and I have a really cold weather system moving in and was going to put in antifreeze even though it is enclosed.
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Look for your fuse panel and make sure the fuse is not blown. It should be somewhere between the outside fresh water tank and the kitchen sink or at least this is what I have been familiar with. Please post the model so someone with the same can help more.
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Don't know if the floorplan's the same on your '08 Zinger 30 BH but my '08 ST30BH pump is behind a panel under the bathroom sink.
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look on the outside of your trailer for your hot water access panel. Note the location and then go inside. You should find a panel low to the ground with screws in it. open it up, in there should be your hot water heater and your water pump. Also, are you hooked to city water? If so unhook from that and make sure your water pump is turned off, then turn on spicket and let it run.
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