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      Just for completeness--There exists yet another variant:
      Systems exist that use non-pressurizing pumps like the one described by @orton, except that instead of having to manually turn on the pump when needed, there is an electrical switch at each faucet that automatically turns on the pump when any valve is opened. The advantage of this is that a plumbing leak does not flood your rig the way a "pressurized" system can.

      I don't think this system is very popular these days. I do know that it was used by the Airstream Interstate back in 2004.
      That's exactly what I was talking about. Here's a pump I've seen people use:


      And a faucet:


      Just submerge the pump in a jerrycan and you have a water system.
       
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      That's exactly what I was talking about. Here's a pump I've seen people use:

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      And a faucet:

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      Just submerge the pump in a jerrycan and you have a water system.
      That is the system I’ve used. Simple, easy to maintain, fill and simple to replace/repair. After a couple boats, decided that I did not want a permanent tank worrying about “funky water”, just replace the jerry can if necessary.
       
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