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Old 02-20-2017, 08:48 AM   #1
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Water pressure problems? Read this!

A heads-up here! When we got here February 1st the water flow in the MH was VERY low. We were getting 50 PSI pressure through the regulator. I was several months late in changing the Camco blue in-line filter. I replaced it and the difference was amazing! They recommend only 3 months use on each filter. I had been letting it go much longer than that! Never again!

Bottom line, if you're having low water pressure then change that filter! You may be surprised at the result!
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I had one stop flowing in 1 week. last year.
we do not shower in Trailer..

Good Advice.
check right after seeing if campground has running water at valve.
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Man!! you guys must have terrible water sources, changed at the recommended cycle, never had a problem.

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