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Old 02-08-2016, 11:59 PM   #15
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I got a call from the campground host one time in Quartzite. Seems my coach had water running out the sides and flooded the campsite.

Turned out the water line into one of my toilets had broken while we out exploring.

Glad the RV Park had my number. I now turn off the water at the pedestal when we go anywhere.

So it's not a bad idea to leave a number.
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Old 02-09-2016, 08:57 AM   #16
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We picked up on clearance some auto - shutoff connect hoses for the toilet connection.

Have not installed yet but could be good for connecting at pedistal.

They have a valve that shuts off flow if the hose breaks or flow is excessive.

Made for use in places where earthquake may cause something to break resulting in flooding.

Something to think about...
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Old 02-09-2016, 11:26 AM   #17
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Ya gotta know how to do it. DH gave me one for Valentine's Day 2 years ago that says "I LOVE YOU" when scanned with a smart phone.

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Right. On the sticker design website they let you design the sticker including the qr code. You can test the qr code on the screen with your cell phone. Evidently the website had a glitch and my information was not properly populated. Good news is the sticker company is sending me a new one.
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When I boondock this is the note I leave:
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I am out walking the dogs and maybe some target shooting with my new 9MM. Call me when you get here. 555-555-5555
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Old 02-09-2016, 03:04 PM   #19
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We picked up on clearance some auto - shutoff connect hoses for the toilet connection.

Have not installed yet but could be good for connecting at pedistal.

They have a valve that shuts off flow if the hose breaks or flow is excessive.

Made for use in places where earthquake may cause something to break resulting in flooding.

Something to think about...
I had a connector on a toilet in the sticks and bricks break. $32,000 damage. So I put on the valve that detects excessive flow on my three toilets.

Guess what those valves do every couple of weeks. They shut off and the only way to make them pass water again is to physically remove them from the back of the toilet and reset them.

After about 10 resets I'm back to regular connectors.
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Google phone number is a great idea. Having contact info outside the coach is a good practice, especially if you have pets

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I ordered a sticker with our first names and a google phone number. Also had a QR code with our email address, but the QR code doesn't seem to work.
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