How we installed a new Seaflo water pump in our travel trailer. This installation is very easy with two water lines, two wires, and 4 screws we had water in no time. Took a little time to fill the tanks of this RV, but once full they will last our son a few days and he uses a lot of water.
Once the 3 gallons per minute water flow Seaflo pump, it gives us plenty of water to pressure wash at the end of this video. We did get rained out so we left our son with a mess to clean up but he has a new pump and water in his home. We also used the Seaflo pump for our boat restoration. https://youtu.be/AKOk_IxFFyI
- 1:13 Unbox the Seaflo 12V 3.0 GPM 45 PSI and show where it goes in our Travel Trailer
- 2:00 Remove the old water pump in our RV to install the Seaflo pump
- 3:39 How to install a water pump in an RV, we installed Seaflo pump
- 4:55 Running Seaflo pump after install in RV, see water going through the filter
- 5:19 Pressure wash RV with water supplied by Seaflo 3.0 GPM water pump
- 6:42 Checking RV tanks and final thought after completing Seaflo 3.0 GPM pump
Installed and Used in Video:
- Seaflo 12V 3.0 GPM 45 PSI Water Diaphragm Pressure Pump: https://amzn.to/2WrgsgQ
- 3500PSI Electric Pressure Washer, 2.0GPM: https://amzn.to/2DPExYg
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