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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 25-04-2021, 15:10 Thread Starter
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Spare Water Pump.

Hello All,
I'm trying to source a Submersible Water Pump for my Exsis-t 588, 2016 to carry as a spare. We go to Spain, normally, twice a year & it seems difficult to buy one there if the pump failed.

I would like the same manufacturer/ specs as my current one which I can't identify.

Has anyone got any ideas please?

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I carried a Whale Submersible pump as my spare in my Hymer 544 for a number of years.
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unless it's the small whale one I wouldn't bother, possibly the least troublesome part in a van, I used to carry a Shurflo around in every van, never had one pack up.
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unless it's the small whale one I wouldn't bother, possibly the least troublesome part in a van, I used to carry a Shurflo around in every van, never had one pack up.
The OP asked for a Submersible Pump, I don't believe Shurflo Water Pumps are submersible.

I used my spare submersible for filling fresh water tank as and when, outdoor showering, we used have a small nylon toilet tent that we used as a shower room when wild camping, just fill a good sized bucket with water a place in a black plastic bag and leave in the sun. It was always warm enough for a good shower in the evening.
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Read it again.
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I'm trying to source a Submersible Water Pump for my Exsis-t 588, 2016 to carry as a spare.

What is the problem? I read the OP post and answered.

Anyway why have you left MO? you spent most of your time complaining about this site, now you are never off it.

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Nonw of ypur business.

Read my posts properly before having a pop.
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I read every post properly before posting.

You regularly posted on MO regarding how much you hated this site, now you are never off it? I just don't understand why you have suddenly changed your allegiance.

I realise it is none of my business, I am just curious, no harm that? Something must have upset you for you to have disappeared so fast.

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unless it's the small whale one I wouldn't bother, possibly the least troublesome part in a van, I used to carry a Shurflo around in every van, never had one pack up.
Not submersible but I also carry a spare Shurflo around too Kev. We had one fail on us when away once and I had to get it replaced which was a doddle as we had one on board.

In our newer version of the MH I cant see the pump now so if this one failed I'd need to do some deconstruction in the garage or under the bed to find it!
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Yes we carried a new Shurflo pump around for many years and luckily never needed it. Bit like a spare wheel.

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