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I think 1991 has both pumps? Wiring diagrams and the early 92 I just had here would seem to confirm that. Randy? Shahin, do you have the rotary switch in your vanity or closet?
Chip, please see images below, I don’t think that dial is a A B switch at one point I think it lowered the fan lid. Now it seems to be useless!

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I think 1991 has both pumps? Wiring diagrams and the early 92 I just had here would seem to confirm that. Randy? Shahin, do you have the rotary switch in your vanity or closet?
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[QUOTE=Shahin;447451]Chip, please see images below, I don’t think that dial is a A B switch at one point I think it lowered the fan lid. Now it seems to be useless!

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Just a thought.
Did the lid stop working around the same time the pump went out? If so maybe you a different fuse that went out?
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That is the Primus heat blower rheostat for the bathroom heat.
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The fill switch operates the sporlan valve right? Could the valve be stuck in the fill position?
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The fill switch operates the sporlan valve right? Could the valve be stuck in the fill position?


...Or the fill switch left on? (don't ask me why I thought of that!)
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Our 91 WB has two water pumps. We have a crossbed and our AB switch is on the side of the bed beside the forward most night stand.
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The fill switch operates the sporlan valve right? Could the valve be stuck in the fill position?
I have not put the new motor in yet! I can really text much until the system is tightly connected again. But, I did check the fill tank switch and it is in “off” position.
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Shahin, look for the A, B, A&B switch where John indicated.
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Chip, please see images below, I don’t think that dial is a A B switch at one point I think it lowered the fan lid. Now it seems to be useless!

Shahin
Just a thought.
Did the lid stop working around the same time the pump went out? If so maybe you a different fuse that went out?
Apologize for sounding dumb but what’s an “lid”? You are dealing with a bean counter!
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