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  • FL Wander Woman
    FL Wander Woman RV Repair Club:
    November 13, 2020I have purchased an adjustable water pressure gauge for my small Lance 1475 trailer. Should there be an issue using it on a fresh-water well
    pump? Also, what numeric number should I set the gauge for use with a small 19' travel trailer?
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    • FL Wander Woman
      MRJohnston November 13, 2020 I have mine set at 45 psi.  You should be able to use it on any garden hose style fresh water spigot.
    • FL Wander Woman
      pokeysRVadventures November 13, 2020 Mine is adjustable but comes factory set at 40 PSI which is fine. You can use it for your fresh water tank or park spigot water.
    • FL Wander Woman
      Reality124 November 13, 2020 40 Psi. Anymore than that can ruin the seals down the lines.
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      • FL Wander Woman
        MRJohnston November 13, 2020 Is that ‘can ruin seals’ from experience or is it documented somewhere??   I have not had any problems in over 50 years of RVing  at 45 psi.
    • FL Wander Woman
      rick&dee November 13, 2020 We use 45
    • FL Wander Woman
      David Leslie Jasper & JoJo November 13, 2020 Set it at 40, then go check the pressure at the highest point - probably your shower.  If you prefer more pressure, then turn it up to 45.  Repeat until you like the pressure flow.
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      • FL Wander Woman
        rick&dee November 13, 2020 Most RVs can safely handle a PSI between 40 and 60. But depending on the location, some places can have pressures as high as 100 PSI . Avoid plumbing issues. If you allow too much water pressure to flow through your RV, you can damage appli...  more
    • FL Wander Woman
      Steve Smith-tech November 13, 2020 The water lines are good for 100psi or more depending on temperature, the weakest point is the faucets and toilet valve. I think the quality of the faucets u have determine sometimes the amount of pressure u can run.i found out that some of these kitchen ...  more
    • FL Wander Woman
      Gene&Nancy November 13, 2020 Check the well pressure. I'm on a well and the pressure set at 30 psi so no I don't use my regulator. Last week I was at a campsite and the pressure was 93 psi so I adjusted it down to 40. My RV says max pressure 100 psi but I don't trust that
    • FL Wander Woman
      FL Wander Woman November 13, 2020 Thanks to all for your replies. I'll set it for 40psi and see what the results will be.
    • FL Wander Woman
      John T November 14, 2020 Wander Woman, Ive owned RV's for 49 years and set mine at 50 PSI NEVER had a problem. Of course if the plumbing or any connections or splices etc etc are faulty, the higher the pressure the greater the chances of a problem. John T   B...  more
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