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Old 05-30-2018, 12:35 PM   #1
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Every Camco product I use is excellent

and so says all other RVers I know. Priced right and do exactly what they are suppose to.
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Old 05-30-2018, 12:38 PM   #2
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and so says all other RVers I know. Priced right and do exactly what they are suppose to.
So says myself as well. From roof vents (8 years old now) to sewer and water hoses all have been good value purchases.
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Old 05-30-2018, 02:26 PM   #3
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Very happy with my new sewer hose setup as well as my fresh water filters.
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I think they make the best boiler fluid too.
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Not to happy with the cheaply made water hoses.
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Less than one year since purchasing and my Rhinoflex hose is leaking where it swivels. Not exactly excellent. Oh well, here is always exceptions.
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The water heater bypass kit I just bought that was advertised as “brass valves” had brass bodies but weird aluminum or pot metal plated brassy coloured “valves” and they sprayed water everywhere! Then there is the fact that I can’t get a simple water filler from them that lasts longer than a year...I shop Valterra whenever I can as they don’t seem to spec the worst, cheapest crap when they put in the order to China like Camco does
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I put 2 of their roof vents on my box trailer and both ripped off in the first 1000 miles. The brackets and plastic around the bolt are still there. Pretty much cheap junk.
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I generally do not care for Camco quality in just about anything, but I have used a Camco heated water hose for two winters and it has worked great.
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I have a few Camco products and so far each of them has performed as I would have expected them to. I haven't had a chance to use the Rhinoflex sewer hose yet but it appears to be well made. Time will tell.
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Yet that maybe an easy fix? Have you looked to try to decipher the cause of the leak?
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