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Old 07-18-2022, 10:01 AM   #15
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I have to admit, I've left one or two behind too.

Seems like we should be hearing a thanks from some of the folks that found them while they were hooking up.

Ever since then, I've been more careful about taking it off as soon as I take the hose loose and putting in the wetbay - then rolling up the hose afterwards. That's been working good so far...
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I have to admit, I've left one or two behind too.
After having done that once or twice, I permanently installed my regulator inside the coach. I use a super heavy duty supply hose from the coach to the hose bib so I don't worry about pressure on that leg of the system. After the water enters the coach the lines are PEX with SharkBite fittings through a residential sediment filter and then into my regulator. The sequence of the devices was dictated by space constraints.
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