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Old 06-27-2016, 01:31 PM   #1
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Just got a saturn

We just got a 87 Saturn I think.....Trying to figure out exactly what model it is. Looking to do so renovation small roof damage from snow all else looks good. Need to know how do you fill up with water see there is water in faucet and where does it drain out ? found the battery what does it power ? Is it simple to just buy LED bulbs to replace the current lights ? where is the water pump located ? didn't realize all the questions I had till I started typing. From what i see this seems like a great community and I thank you in advance for any assistance.
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Old 06-28-2016, 09:09 PM   #2
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Looks like a 1993 Saturn T-2052 to me. Water pump should be under the kitchen sink or stove, mounted to the floor. Open some cabinet doors and peek around for this beautiful thing:

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Old 07-14-2016, 02:39 PM   #3
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Thanks for the reply I'll be looking for that pump.
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Old 07-14-2016, 04:50 PM   #5
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We just got a 87 Saturn I think.....Trying to figure out exactly what model it is. Look in the Files tab, there are floor plans for each year (brochures) Looking to do so renovation small roof damage from snow all else looks good. Need to know how do you fill up with water see there is water in faucet and where does it drain out ? Basics, you have two ways to get water into your system. First, there will be a fill that goes to the water tank. You will need to turn on the water pump to get water pressure into the system. You also have a connection (female garden hose) that allows you to hook your trailer up directly to a water source. This connection uses the pressure from the water source and doesn't require using the on board pump. You should use a pressure regulator in-line to limit the pressure to ~40 LBS. The water drains into two holding tanks, the black tank is for the sewerage from the toilet. This tank should always have liquid in it when in use. The gray tank holds everything else. There should be a 3" pipe that drains both tanks. found the battery what does it power ? You have two electrical systems. 12 volt which powers the lights, fans, water pump, and heater. It also provides control voltage to the air conditioner and refrigerator. The 120 volt system requires the trailer to be plugged into a 120v/30 amp RV outlet. (You can buy an adapter to run off a standard 120v/15 volt outlet, but it will not power everything) The A/C, Micro wave, receptacles, and possibly the refrigerator are 120v. There is a converter reduces the voltage to 12v and supplies the trailer and charges the battery. You may need a battery attached for the converter to work, (some do some don't) Is it simple to just buy LED bulbs to replace the current lights ? Yes where is the water pump located ? already answered didn't realize all the questions I had till I started typing. From what i see this seems like a great community and I thank you in advance for any assistance.

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Old 07-16-2016, 10:59 AM   #7
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Wow thanks Mack that's a lot of info. I'll check it all out.
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Just bought the baby brother of the same vintage... '87 13ft Saturn. I'm sure We'll have plenty of questions to ask too!
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Old 07-18-2016, 08:09 AM   #10
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Thanks Sunny06 I check them out online
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I upgraded just the bulbs in my 1990 fixtures with bulbs from amazon. Much cheaper than what I was seeing in box stores. In my 88 I actually rewired and installed led strips into the fixtures. Much more work, for not so much of an improvement.
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