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bigal39 13-06-2013 12:35

water pressure switch
 
Where is the pressure switch in a Hymer nova 293 caravan. Am blowing fuse for system, although pump has been changed.

boringfrog 13-06-2013 13:49

Caravan
 
Try a caravan forum you might get better response.

Penquin 13-06-2013 15:20

I genuinely do not have a clue and would suggest that few people on here are likely to have the detailed knowledge that you seek, however a couple of things come to mind for me.....

firstly, the water systems are controlled by EITHER a pressure switch in the system OR microswitches built into each outlet - tap / shower etc.

I do not know what system your caravan has.....

secondly, many pumps incorporate the pressure switch inside them and, in motorhome certainly, there is a pressure reservoir to smooth out the fluctuations caused by the pump to give a smooth flow from the taps, I do not know if you have the same system,

thirdly, have you replaced the pump with an identical one? My reason for asking that is that different pumps will drain a different amount, if the one you have fitted takes more than the previous one then the fuse is likely to blow whenever it starts since the current drain is initially greater than when running/.

Sorry not to be able to help, but I will request that this thread is moved to the caravan section Of Motorhome Facts.

Good luck,

Dave

boringfrog 13-06-2013 18:00

Caravan
 
Try a caravan forum you might get better response.

100127 13-06-2013 19:19

Re: water pressure switch
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bigal39
Where is the pressure switch in a Hymer nova 293 caravan. Am blowing fuse for system, although pump has been changed.

Try www.caravanfacts.com


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