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Old 11-14-2014, 12:39 PM   #15
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What do you use to blow out the lines....duh an air compressor...but what attaches it air hose to the rv
My Walmart has these for around $5. But be really careful not to go blowing 120psi into the system. Turn the compressor down to around 50psi.
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What do you use to blow out the lines....duh an air compressor...but what attaches it air hose to the rv
Actually, I use a hose with a male hose connector on one end and an air connector on the other. I made mine, but they are available at any RV parts supplier as well.
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