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Old 12-08-2010, 06:54 PM   #15
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Steekheadbluesman that depends on the filter and how much you are using it. Most of the filters you buy last about 3-4 months and the longevity is written on the label of the filter. The sediment filter I just bought from RV Water Filter Store is washable and reusable and the charcoal filter ilasts six to 12 months.

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Thanks Mike, I guess I should think about changing mine out, it's been a couple years.
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Don't be too surprised if you find a clear gel type of stuff in your filter cannisters. It usually occurs if they haven't been changed in a long time. It doesn't seem to hurt but if you have never seen it before it worrys people. Make sure you wash the cannisters in a bleach solution before putting it all back together.
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