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Posted: 07/14/12 10:27pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I see your from SD, Webbs RV in Lakeside usually has the parts in stock. Your Pump is more than likely a PBL FP12, now Graco 260000 pump.


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Thank you! I am at Webb's RV all the time, not sure why I didn't think to already check there but thanks again.

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mine is in the fuse panel inside the trailer.


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Posted: 09/29/12 02:33pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hey Guy's, I've been all over the forums about the fuel pump problems and I need to know where the fuse would be located for the pump. I've checked the gears and it seems I don't have power to the pump..
06 Fleetwood Gearbox.
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Posted: 09/30/12 04:12pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I checked there but there is no fuse labeled for the fuel station and all the fuses are good..
Any other ideas

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Posted: 07/19/12 11:16pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Previous owner let mine sit for quite some time. When I got it home the pump would not work and blew the fuse. I took it apart and the gears were as hard as a rock. They had dried out. It's all good now.

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For Warriors, the fuse is by the shut off switch, the same compartment as where your main plug is at.
There is no label. It will be a 15A or 20A blade fuse. If they are all good, then you have another problem.


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Mine blew the fuse last month.... replaced the fuse and it worked.
Went out today and tried it (run it each month) and have went threw 3 fuses.
Found this thread about the gears swelling.

I have never opened a fuel pump or touched one before.
Any good threads or how-to on replacing the pump gears or is it pretty simple ?


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Old post but good info

http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/24224087/print/true.cfm




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Mine blew the fuse last month.... replaced the fuse and it worked.
Went out today and tried it (run it each month) and have went threw 3 fuses.
Found this thread about the gears swelling.

I have never opened a fuel pump or touched one before.
Any good threads or how-to on replacing the pump gears or is it pretty simple ?


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Macs Dad wrote:

Old post but good info

http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/24224087/print/true.cfm




my996duc1 wrote:

Mine blew the fuse last month.... replaced the fuse and it worked.
Went out today and tried it (run it each month) and have went threw 3 fuses.
Found this thread about the gears swelling.

I have never opened a fuel pump or touched one before.
Any good threads or how-to on replacing the pump gears or is it pretty simple ?


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Awesome, great info !!
I didn't see it mentioned and it may not matter BUT... which side of the gears does a person sand down or does it matter ??
(Gear cover plate side or pump side of the gears)

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