Re: Water pump replacement
Edited to add: I searched the part number and I get it now. So this is a pump that you "switch on" at each faucet instead of just opening the faucet as with a "whole rig" water pump. Just curious: Do you still have "regular" faucets then? Or are they simple pipes that let the water flow out (like a Fynspray spout, for example)?
Since I don't think I can totally delete the post, I'll leave the rest here for the sake of discussion of options, although I think I understand it now.
I'd been thinking of putting in a "manual" foot pump (what I'm used to from boats) for the quiet, and the natural water conservation they provide, but that's somewhat problematic due to the layout of certain fixtures in my rig. So I'm intrigued by this low-flow pump, but not quite sure how it works as compared to the "typical" on-demand type.
Optionally I was looking at the Whale Watermaster FW0814, which is the on-demand type, but only 2 gpm (smaller than usual). That would be a "system wide" pump.
Anyway, as you can tell I'm not totally clear on how the type you have works - if you have any words of wisdom/explanation that would be great. I tend to like things set up in a more basic way, and don't mind feeling like "I'm camping" (vs. the type of RV-ing where people don't want to feel like they're camping).