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Model: 2400 Ford
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« on: March 20, 2014, 08:14:38 pm »

Hi, have a new to me, a 2009 2400.  Have a couple of questions.  The macerator pump started and the stopped.  Tried to turn the screw.  No luck. Is there a fuse or circuit breaker on the pump? How can I make the cab radio work when the ignition is off?  With the queen electric bed, what do you use a s a mattress pad that stay in place all night? Feel free to contact me at  My home base is Stuart, Florida.  A sincere thanks.
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« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2014, 09:46:27 am »

Welcome to the forum Mark,

You should be able to turn the screw to free up the impellers. If they don't turn then try putting a little water into the gray water tank and opening the valve. Let it soak for a few hours, then try again. Just keep working it until it frees up. Otherwise you might have something hard like a screw in there. Then you will have to take the pump apart.

I do like your surname.


Current PC: 2012 2552 Full paint Cafe
First PC: 2010 2350 Full paint

We no longer own a PC. We had two of them and loved them both. Due to changing health and no longer camping, we wanted a touring coach. Phoenix does not make a class B so we had to turn to a Winnebago Travato 59K in March 2018
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