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Old 03-18-2016, 05:37 PM   #1
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Love my new pressure regulator & gauge!

Bought the Fairview pressure regulator and gauge from The Water Filter Store and am using it for the first time! It holds the pressure at 55PSI and gives full throughput from the spigot!


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Hey Joe what specific model did you get? I cannot see the whole thing you have there and their store shows ones with an adjustable pressure range.
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Bought the Fairview pressure regulator and gauge from The Water Filter Store and am using it for the first time! It holds the pressure at 55PSI and gives full throughput from the spigot!


Awesome, I just received my in the mail today, same model, glad it works as advertised
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Hey Joe what specific model did you get? I cannot see the whole thing you have there and their store shows ones with an adjustable pressure range.
Here is the link

RV Water Filter Store: Standard Filter Canisters for Whole RV


it does not come with a gauge, Joe added that
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Interest--I bought a "high-end" [Watts????] offered by C/W several years ago. Generally happy with the overall performance--flow is very good with no apparent restriction. However, on occasion, I notice that if I haven't used any water for a while, the pressure in the coach will creep up over the set limit [have two gauges installed, before and after regulator]. Not sure how that happens?????
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My high end watts froze this winter. Do you guys think I can just replace the gauge itself? The unit is not cracked or leaking in any way but the gauge is pinned. Needle went all the way around to the stop and stayed there.
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My high end watts froze this winter. Do you guys think I can just replace the gauge itself? The unit is not cracked or leaking in any way but the gauge is pinned. Needle went all the way around to the stop and stayed there.
yes, you should be able to just unscrew it and put in a new one.

I would take the gauge off and try tapping it with something, maybe it will swing back
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Well, it kind-a looks like the one below, the one that many have complained about for years as not a very good unit.

Bulk Water Regulator - Valterra A01-1120 - Hoses, Reels & Fittings - Camping World

I had one for a while but, it severely restricted the flow so I've been using the Valtera one.

Adjustable Water Regulator - Lead Free - Valterra A01-1117VP - Faucets & Inlets - Camping World

It will be interesting to see how your new one works in the long run. My Valtera does leak on occasion so, I might be in the market for a replacement.
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Mounting a pressure regulator at the coach won't stop high pressure from bursting a hose sitting out in the hot sun. I have one that I screw onto the spigot before the hose. It doesn't have a gauge, but I have one with a gauge just before my water filter housing in the wet bay.
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Hey Joe what specific model did you get? I cannot see the whole thing you have there and their store shows ones with an adjustable pressure range.
Look at the first item on this page. Scan on down the page and the pressure gauge is the first one with the hose swivel connections!

https://www.rvwaterfilterstore.com/P...Regulators.htm
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Well, it kind-a looks like the one below, the one that many have complained about for years as not a very good unit.

Bulk Water Regulator - Valterra A01-1120 - Hoses, Reels & Fittings - Camping World

I had one for a while but, it severely restricted the flow so I've been using the Valtera one.

Adjustable Water Regulator - Lead Free - Valterra A01-1117VP - Faucets & Inlets - Camping World

It will be interesting to see how your new one works in the long run. My Valtera does leak on occasion so, I might be in the market for a replacement.
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They claim it's totally different from the Valterra models.
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Mounting a pressure regulator at the coach won't stop high pressure from bursting a hose sitting out in the hot sun. I have one that I screw onto the spigot before the hose. It doesn't have a gauge, but I have one with a gauge just before my water filter housing in the wet bay.

Not sure what you're referring to, but I totally agree. I use a "Y" fitting at the spigot, with the flush hose on one side and the RV supply hose on the other!
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Adjustable Water Regulator - Lead Free - Valterra A01-1117VP - Faucets & Inlets - Camping World

This is the one I have, sorry thought it was watts. After freezing it out do you think the only thing effected is the gauge portion? Like I said, it doesnt leak but not sure about any other parts in it.
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I have been useing this model for a couple years. Was set at 60psi out of the box and I just left it there.

Plenty of water - plumbing system is fine.

Now I never thought about the hose......

I also have a couple of those non guage regulators laying around here someplace - perhaps I cook hook at up at the spigot and protecht the hose.........although - I have never heard of hose busting from the pressure. But I guess it is always a possibility.

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