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Old 04-17-2015, 04:27 PM   #1
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Need RV RO Water System Installed!

Hello All,
I need a RV RO Water System installed in our Thor Hurricane. I want it installed in the storage bay right next to the fresh water tank. I have the system and all the parts, its just too complicated for my skill level. Does anyone know of a person in or around the Chicago area that could come over and do the job right?
Please send me a private message if so.
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Old 04-17-2015, 06:04 PM   #2
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You do realize that out of every 4 gal. of water that goes into the RO system that 3 gals. will end up in the grey tank as waste? A RO unit will fill the grey tank in short order if the whole RV water system is run thru the RO. Hopefully you'll have it plumbed so that it feeds a separate faucet at the kitchen sink just for drinking water.
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I agree with Lindy. My RO filters are under the kitchen sink which feed a small tank also mounted there that has it's own faucet. I have it set up that the extra water feeds into the fresh water tank.
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G MAN Out of curiosity why the NEED for an RO unit in your coach? Wouldn't it be cheaper to just buy bottled water for drinking?
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I prefer a good filter & a water softener.
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You can plumb the "waste" through a tee to the inlet side of the RO and recycle it so it doesn't go to the grey water tank at all.
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