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Old 09-12-2012, 02:05 PM   #1
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Not sure where to put this, so I thought I'd put it here - mods: if it should go somewhere else, feel free to move it!

Last weekend we were with our camping club and I noticed that my water pressure regulator was no longer in it's cubby hole in the wet bay - apparently I left it somewhere. So when we got home I started looking for a replacement online. Lowes and Home Depot showed prices upwards of $70 for the model I had, plus I'd need to get the various adapters to connect to hose connections, so I looked for other options.

I found a Watts 263A with the correct connections for $64.95 from a company called RVWaterFilterStore.com and at 4:45 pm Pacific time Sunday evening I ordered it. About 5 minutes after placing the order they called me to verify that what I ordered was in fact what I wanted - they sell the same unit with and without a built-in gauge and I ordered the one without a gauge - and I confirmed that the order was correct. The next day, Monday, at 11:45 am Pacific time I received an email showing the USPS shipping details - on Tuesday the Post Office dropped the shipment on my front porch.

Outstanding customer service from these people! Their web site is very basic, but don't let that scare you off - if you know basically what you want you can search for it and they will get it to you quickly!
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I heard about this Co. here on IRV2. I purchased the same unit you did ( with the gauge )and had the same service experience.


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Old 09-12-2012, 09:13 PM   #3
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Old 09-13-2012, 09:30 AM   #4
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Not being critical, but just wondering.....why WITHOUT a gauge??

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Not being critical, but just wondering.....why WITHOUT a gauge??

Steve
I have a separate gauge that I use to check the pressure at the bib before I connect the hose. If the pressure is less than 50psi I don't bother using the regulator.
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