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Old 04-01-2017, 12:19 PM   #1
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Where oh where is that little water check valve

05 Monaco Windsor 40 PDQ, Remco Aquajet 55 water pump, Shoreline RVW 5003 water power reel. City water works as should and does not fill the fresh tank. Pull into rest stop, turn water pump on and water comes out the city water hose. I can not find the water check valve. I did a search for check valves but did not solve my problem. Can someone help me find? Thanks for every reply.
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ours is behind our water heater....which would require disconnecting the propane and removing it for acesss...
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Typically the check is built into the hose connection but not sure about your hose reel set up.
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05 Monaco Windsor 40 PDQ, Remco Aquajet 55 water pump, Shoreline RVW 5003 water power reel. City water works as should and does not fill the fresh tank. Pull into rest stop, turn water pump on and water comes out the city water hose. I can not find the water check valve. I did a search for check valves but did not solve my problem. Can someone help me find? Thanks for every reply.
Mine is behind the plastic panel right next to the diverter valve. I have to take the plastic panel out to access it.
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Thanks Windsorbill it was exactly where you told me. I will now replace. Thanks for each reply.
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Old 04-03-2017, 03:03 PM   #6
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Anyone Know How to Remove This Type of Check Valve?

I also need to replace the city water check-valve on my 2002 Regent. I've included a picture of the street side inlet below:



I believe the check-valve is the brass assembly just above the pressure limiter, but I'm not sure how to safely remove the check-valve itself. Wondering if the two bolts above/behind are holding a bracket that it screws onto. Can I just put a pipe wrench on it? Or do I have to remove the entire panel covering?

Note: there is a horizontal access panel at the top of the water bay, but that only gives limited access to pex water line connections, including the top or the city water inlet.

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Remove the panel above...

...and then you'll see how to unscrew the check valve.
Now then:
Tell me which direction to unscrew!
I've tried to unscrew the check valve part of the plumbing line and apparently there is so much corrosion that I can't remove it for replacement.
Thinking of re-working all those Pex lines in the water bay to include a new check valve and new input valve used to fill the water tank.
All of this in my '01 Exec.
Anyone have ideas?
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