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    vyper fresh water tank and pump location

    Our fresh water pump stopped working and need to know where to access the pump. Does anyone know where it is located or has anyone done this themselves and can give any advise?

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    Hello, you have the same year as me. The pump is located in the bilge on the port side between the battery and the bulkhead. The freshwater tank is on the port side under the floor of the cockpit.

    I try to post a pic of each.
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    Regards,
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    You can see above the long rectangle is the fresh water tank. To the stern of it is the hot water tank. The fuel tank is in the middle.

    Hope this helps you. The pump is easy to check.
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    I will have to check it out this week. Hope its just a pump.
    Thank you.

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    where is the holding tank in this pic...any idea what size it is on a Avenger other than small

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    Looks like we're fu%&ed if we ever need to get to one of the tanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1KRAFTY1 View Post
    where is the holding tank in this pic...any idea what size it is on a Avenger other than small
    Holding tank is the one in the far back left hand corner. I think it is 12 or 15 gal. Just got very intiment with one on a 380, something I would not recommend, someone tried to flush two shop rags, they didn't make it all the way to the tank.



    I just looked closer at the pic it is missing in this picture. But you can see where it goes.

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    oh I think it's 6 gallon if it's even that, I wanted to see if a larger tank could be installed... going in with a mirror and camera this weekend after I look into my door issue first, I've heard these doors had problems I guess it may be my turn


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