I tried using the small hose which connects to the control panel for the water system (Coachmen calls it the Waterworks) which I then inserted into a gallon jug of anti-freeze, and the pump did not operate. That procedure has always worked in the past. Is that a pretty good indicator that the pump is shot?
Did you get the email which I sent about 1/2 hour ago?
My email was to inform you that it took me until today to check out the suggestions you gave me on Saturday. I had to unscrew 3 screws so I could lift the plywood up to check underneath the bed to see if the pump was located there. The water tank and pump are located there. FYI: They take up the entire area beneath the bed. There is no storage room there. My question is: The existing pump is a Shurflo rated at 2.8 gallons per minute and a psi of 45. Will a Flojet pump rated at 3.2 gpm and a psi of 35 work as a replacement for the Shurflo?