Just purchased a used Granite Ridge 3100ss. Owners manual not real complete. My question: I notice that there are 3 water pump switches, are there 3 water pumps? How does the 3 switch system work. Also, when I run a faucet then turn it off it takes 40-50 seconds for the pump to build pressure and stop. Any other vehicle I have owned the pump shut off within seconds of turning the faucet off. Where is the pump and fresh water tank located on this model. Any info would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
Three switches operating only one pump. Our Jayco has one switch on the monitor panel and one on the outside shower. I wish it had one in the bathroom, but that switch is the tank heater pads.
The idea behind two or more switches is to allow turning the pump on when you got away from the monitor panel and didn't realize you hadn't turned it on.
God Bless, jd
2003 Jayco Escapade 31A on 2002 Ford E450 V10 4R100
I have a 2008 Greyhawk 31SS and there is just one pump but 3 switches-main panel in Kitchen area, bathroom, and outside shower. My low point drains are marked on the side of the RV. If you find yours, the fresh water tank is approximately mid coach in front of the grey and black tanks. It has been a while since I crawled under there so I may be a little off! LOL
You may find one on line or contact Jayco. I have a switch plate in the bathroom located on the side of the vanity just as you enter. There are 4 switches. The one with the red light is the water pump, the other 3 are the hall light, bathroom light, and the fan. Driectly in front of the vanity and under the sink are 2 separate switch plates. One is the shower stall light, the other is the holding tank heater pads. The heat pads are for if the temps drop below freezing for your holding tanks. My RV Tech told me they are not made for winter camping and if you are into that style of camping, better invest in a heated basement style RV.
The Jayco website now allows you to download an owner's manual by Year and Series.
Very generic, covers all sizes and floorplans for a given Year/Series, but better than no manual at all.
Our bathroom switch is marked "Tank Heaters" or something to that effect, leaving us only two pump switches. One on monitor panel and one on outside shower. But we have the entry level model.
Tank Heaters are electric "pads" stuck to the bottoms of the Fresh, Black and Gray tanks. Ours are 12VDC, so they'd suck down batteries boondocking. If your fresh tank's inside the coach, it probably will not have a heat pad. Ours is under that coach, pretty much above the axle. But the Owner's manual says it'll be under a dinette or sofa...