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  • JoeTex16
    JoeTex16 RV Repair Club:
    May 2, 2020I was looking out my window early this morning and I noticed the folks a few spots down from us have a slight leak. It appears to either be freshwater tank overfill or a leaky dump cap. Since they only have water connected -- no dump hose, I'm pretty su...  more
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      pokeysRVadventures May 2, 2020 I always use one when hooking up the water. It's auto set for 40 PSI so no worries about too much water pressure and pipes busting. I've been using it going on 9 months full timing and works as good as the day I got it.
    • JoeTex16
      Robbie & Alice May 2, 2020 You'll generally notice less water pressure when the pressure regulators go bad.  Mine usually last about a year, and then I replace them.
    • JoeTex16
      Pat and Tony May 2, 2020 Over the last 18 years of three to six months a year traveling we are on our third one. Both times that mine went bad the flow dropped by about half of normal. Eight year average isn't bad for a cheap product.  
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      • JoeTex16
        Robbie & Alice May 2, 2020 We spend lots of time in Arizona, and the water pressure regulators go bad quickly because of the quality of the water.
      • JoeTex16
        There's a Bear ! May 3, 2020 DO you use an in line filter, it should capture the elements and prevent the regulator from going bad, but maybe its the hard water doing it . 
    • JoeTex16
      Dreamers and Travelers/ Tom & Prescott May 2, 2020 Interesting. Was told our unti has a built in regulator. Guess time to replace it. On our last 5th wheel the rear floor was raised 3/4" when I absentmindedly forgot to shut off water fill. Overnight! The flood was minor compared to damage. Surpri...  more
    • JoeTex16
      Michael Zike & Lynne Brooks May 2, 2020 Yes this has happened to us twice. We have a 2016 Coachmen and had to replace the water pump on this unit once and our old RV once.But it was the Water Pump for the water system.
    • JoeTex16
      MRJohnston May 2, 2020 My favorite. Have never had one go bad. Of course I drove off one time and left it attached to the spigot. Oops. The next RVer scored.
      https://www.amazon.com/Camco-40058-Adjustable-Pressure-Regulator/dp/B01N9QUEYZ/
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      • JoeTex16
        Kevin & Leslie May 3, 2020 Those are nice until they freeze. Not that _I_ would leave _mine_ outside in freezing weather.
      • JoeTex16
        MRJohnston May 3, 2020 😉 
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