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    valves for water pump?

    Whose bright idea was it to plumb all that crap behind a panel with 8 screws holding it in place. Little more effort and those valves could be plumbed to that wall. might have to do that this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobnColo View Post
    Whose bright idea was it to plumb all that crap behind a panel with 8 screws holding it in place. Little more effort and those valves could be plumbed to that wall. might have to do that this year.
    What are we talking about?

    What valves?


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    Sorry for not being more transparent. Was just pissed off after setting up after winterizing. It’s the valves to change over the antifreeze to normal use. I like the suction tube to pump antifreeze in but you have to take the panel off to change 3 valves over to normal operation. Could have been done ally better imo
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    Ah okay

    I just need to open a drawer to access my pump


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    I do that for the hot water heater, but the water pump is behind the panel behind the water hookups. Actually it’s only one valve but takes longer to access it than turn it.
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    On ours, it's under the sink and they had installed (2 screws) a temp panel. I just never reinstalled it.
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    I just modified my current trailer so those panels are secured by magnets. All I need to do now is give them a tug and they pop right out. Maybe you could do something similar.
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    I just installed a plumbing access panel in that small wall area. https://www.menards.com/main/plumbin...2378332&ipos=3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammer View Post
    I just installed a plumbing access panel in that small wall area. https://www.menards.com/main/plumbin...2378332&ipos=3
    Great idea....another mod added to my list!
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