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Old 07-11-2015, 07:32 PM   #1
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Got that sinking feeling?

I just did. Woo hoo... The bathroom sink is almost installed!uploadfromtaptalk1436660642666.jpg I'm not yet ready to do plumbing but am thinking of several options...

Option 1. I strap a 1 gallon holding tank to the ceiling where overhead storage would normally be. A pump tied into the solar panel pumps water directly to the holding tank. A float in the tank turns the pump off.

Option 2. Like option 1 but with a manual pump that includes somne form of overflow protection to indicate when the tank is full.

Option 3. Press a button and water is pumped directly from underbelly storage tanks.

Option 4. Like 3 but with a manual pump.

I like manual pumps because they don't need electricity. Don't know where to find them though.
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Old 07-11-2015, 10:41 PM   #2
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Marine supply houses. Lots of high end boats use manual pumps.
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