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Shurflo pump

Has anyone bought or seen a pump with this label on it?
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hi kev

looks the same as my sureflo but has a lower pressure

mine is old and works ok but i think the valves are getting a little lazy as it cycles a couple of times during the night


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Yes Kev, bothe fresh water and waste pumps. Common on RVs.

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I've never seen the Pentair silver label before, I just bought this one from eBay, and thought it a possible scam.
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I like the idea of emptying the cassette with one, our is no solids so would be a possibility.
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Pentair are the parent company of Wicor who made Shurflo branded pumps, so it's legit.

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Ah, but should I take advice from, someone who likes AOL though Ray

Sticking with Shurflo as it's an easy swap out, and I've never had any problems before with them.
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I like the idea of emptying the cassette with one, our is no solids so would be a possibility.
I would pay good money to see you try that.

I have to ask, where do you poo?
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We poo in a loo Barry, here else?


Either that or in a bag then dispose of it like dog poo.


The CI Riviera 141 we bought a few years ago had a tap attached to the cassette so if so inclined you could just turn it on and empty in situ almost, just needed to be pulled out to clear the van, we never did it, but that's why I thought adding a pump wouldn't be a stretch.


You'd need to house the pump elsewhere, but otherwise, it's just piping and fittings.
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