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Old 05-07-2019, 02:59 PM   #1
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Water Pressure Regulator Question (Eagle 42m)

This question really applies to any coach that has a built in drinking hose permanently connected to coach. On my previous Tradition, I had a water pressure regulator attached where I connected my water hose upon arrival to my site. On my new to me Eagle, it has a permanent hose attached. I know the answer already but will ask. Is it as simple as attaching a pressure regulator to the end of the hose so I can avoid busting an internal water line? How do others with connected water hoses address this? Im planning to install one now but its late because I already damaged a water line. (Coach is at shop now) Just another learning that could and should have been avoided.
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I always attach the regulator to the water hydrant so all hoses and internal items are protected.
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I always attach the regulator to the water hydrant so all hoses and internal items are protected.


Yup, makes sense. Ill attach it now to the end of the hose so to ensure its always there. Had one attached to my previous coach since it did not have a hose permanently attached. Lesson learned! Was already aware of this problem and should have known better.
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