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Old 11-25-2014, 06:57 PM   #21
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Removing the water filter under the galley sink is a pain, not hard if you are young and agile, (I am neither), it's just uncomfortable to bend an old body into the shape(s) needed to remove the filter and install the replacement pipe. I suffered one time to remove it from the sink, and went with a in-line filter at the facet. Much easier to change out when needed.

'08 Greyhawk 31SS
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Old 11-26-2014, 04:20 PM   #22
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I got tired of looking and really didn't want to unload my rear compartment on the possibility that it MIGHT be back there. Today, I dropped my 06 Greyhawk 31SS off at the Jayco dealer with a list of stuff to put right. Among the fixits was a challenge to find the filter and remove it permanently. I'll use a filter at the faucet and not have to fool with the on-board filter every time I winterize.

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