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Try turning it on and running the water. Listen and you will hear it. Most zingers (not certain about Z1's) have them some where in the wall along the floor behind a wood panel that is screwed on. It is with the water heater. If you look outside the trailer to see where the water heater is located, this will give you a good idea of where inside the trailer to be looking.
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With help of your post I find it easily. You explained it very well. Thanks!


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Thanks guys, your info was a big help. I found it and all is working well.

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Glad to have been able to help ya out.
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I wish I'd had this forum about 25 years ago. Could've prevented alot of head-aches. LOL
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I wish I'd had this forum about 25 years ago. Could've prevented alot of head-aches. LOL
Is that not the truth. I did the cabinet door mod to the access areas inside my trailer and upon dewinterizing a week or so ago, I noted that the water pump had sprung a leak. So, after a call to camping world for one of those new 4.0 gpm pumps, we are back in business. It does not hurt to check the water pump every so often after use to ensure there are no leaks while in use...
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