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Old 07-25-2022, 01:06 PM   #1
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Road wave removal.

In our 15 anthem is a un used road wave I will not use it either. Is there any thing I should do to remove it obviously trace back to water connection. Is it ok to seal floor hole with clear GE caulking. also is there a way to prep the surfaces and the bottom of floor at Drill points. I also guess I will just add it on the classified irv2 page. Thx for any instructions.
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What do you mean by a "unused Road Wave" ?????

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What do you mean by a "unused Road Wave" ?????

I think it is pressure washer!
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It is a pressure washer it is installed. Piped in and apparently not used it has a salt purifier on it. It looks brand new meaning no sign of ever being run at all.
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Old 07-25-2022, 09:23 PM   #5
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RoadWave Pressure Washer

I have the same unit I installed in my Anthem.
Have used it several times on the road. Does a great job cleaning the coach. The tank is for the deionized water crystals that will prevent spotting from the rinse water..
The website is if you want the full explanation and options.

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Thx Greg and others.
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That's an excellent pressure washer for an RV. The tank you describe is a most likely a deionizer for spotless rinse water. I installed one in our coach and have valves set up to switch between softened water for washing and deionized water for rinsing. The washer and deionizer should bring you some good money when you sell it, assuming you don't want to keep it.

The plumbing will be easy enough to terminate. Screw mounting holes in the floor can be epoxied over. Other than that I don't see anything else to do.
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Thank you for the info. On plugging the holes epoxy I never thought of that. We have our home up on the market as of last week. So we will be full timing until we buy a lot or next home so I simply need all the storage we can get it takes up the entire front passenger bay. Vital at this point.
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