Our RV’s on-demand water pump has served us well for over 14 years. But now that it’s finally failed, we’ll show you how we replaced it, as well as the details on why we chose the replacement pump we did.
While you might think “More Water = Better!” we talk about the reasons why a lower flow capacity might actually be a better choice. That may sound counterintuitive, but check out the video to see why that reasoning worked perfectly for us.
Whenever we’ve included bloopers at the end of a video, we’ve gotten lots of positive comments about them. We thought this one was especially funny, and hope you do, too.
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