On my trip down to Louisiana, I found that when I tried to turn on the water in my sink to wash off the grease on my hands, nothing came out. I went over and flipped the switch to turn on the RV water pump, but it was already turned on. My wife saw my puzzled face and asked what the problem was. I told her to go to the bathroom faucet and shower to see if the water was working. To mine and her surprise, they weren’t. I pretty well knew that the water pump was messed up, or there was a big hole in the line from the tank. I immediately called an RV mechanic to come out to see what my problem was.
Once Frank, the mechanic, arrived at the scene, he said my RV water pump was shot. He said I would have to buy a new one. He had a small list of RV parts and prices with him, but the cheapest water pump he had listed was $230.19. I couldn’t afford this at the time, so I told him I would have to wait. I called all of the surrounding places that may have a pump, but no one else carried RV pumps. Finally, I took the search to the internet. I ran into a discount RV parts dealer known as RV Parts Country. They had almost anything you could think of for an RV. I called them right up to place my order one of their Shurflo pumps and some fittings. They guaranteed fast shipping at a low price.
After having it shipped to my destination in Louisiana, the pump was waiting on my cousins doorstep when we pulled up. The cool thing about that was, it shipped in only 2 days. I felt like I had found a dependable RV parts supplier for my every need with prompt service. Not only that, but there customer service was great too. I want to personally thank all the guys over at RV Parts Country for helping me out in my time of need!