autosleeper water pump access?

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  1. raymondo782

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    Hi all
    I need to get into the compartment under the bed of an Autosleeper Executive where the water pump is situated. I can't see any easy way to get to it anyone any ideas?
     
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    Hello Ray
    The water pump in my executive is under the wardrobe floor, I had an access hole cut out to enable me to maintain it.
    Which seat is yours under? if its the either of the two rear seats they just lift up from the front.:RollEyes::RollEyes:
     
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    Hi Ed
    On my Exec the pump And the boiler un under the front of the righthand bed. The bed slides out on some sort of runner but will not lift up. There is a drop down panel on the front with a hole about 3 inch diameter, I can see the pump through this hole. Actually its not just the pump I want to get access to, the blown heating tube has dropped of the vent and I would like to re attatch it.
    Ray
     
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    Hi Ray
    That's a differant configuration to my exec. The only advise I can offer at the moment is to 'phone autosleepers technical department and ask them. They have always been very helpful to me.
    Regards Ed.
     
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    thanks Ed

    I managed to get access to the pump by removing the bed base (4 screws) the slides are held in position for refixing the base by spring loaded plungers.
    Thanks for the advice
    Ray
     
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    Hello Ray,
    Glad you got sorted out.
    Ed.:RollEyes::RollEyes::RollEyes:
     
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