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Replacement manual faucet pump for 2000 FWC?

faucet Leisure Components hand pump

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#1 Dr Paddle

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Posted 29 September 2021 - 11:02 PM

My very spartan year 2000 FWC Grandby has a hand pump faucet that needs a rebuild, but the parts don't appear to be available anymore. The faucet is a Leisure Components 131-1 (see picture). This model can be pumped by hand. Also, holding the handle all the way up acts as a switch to run a small electric pump.

Can somebody recommend a similar and available replacement, please?

Many thanks!

Kevin in San Diego

 

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#2 Jack

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Posted 30 September 2021 - 02:37 AM

The manual pump in our 2005 Eagle failed and I replaced it with the Shurflow faucet and pump - never looked back.

 

I replaced the FWC faucet with just the faucet in our upgrade to a 2015 Fleet.

 

Because the faucet switch allows for variable flow, I found we used significantly less water.

 

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Posted 30 September 2021 - 02:00 PM

The manual pump in our 2005 Eagle failed and I replaced it with the Shurflow faucet and pump - never looked back.

 

I replaced the FWC faucet with just the faucet in our upgrade to a 2015 Fleet.

 

Because the faucet switch allows for variable flow, I found we used significantly less water.

 

https://www.camperid..._BoCf8wQAvD_BwE

Thanks for your suggestion, Jack. Giving it some more thought, perhaps I don't in fact need the manual pump function after all. Seems we always used the electric pump anyway. Makes sense!


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#4 F33rnofish

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Posted 04 October 2021 - 04:51 PM

Thanks for your suggestion, Jack. Giving it some more thought, perhaps I don't in fact need the manual pump function after all. Seems we always used the electric pump anyway. Makes sense!


Have you seen the rechargeable 5 gallon jug dispensers?

That’s the way I’m headed. This way you have two available hands for the work at…hand.
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