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Old 07-05-2016, 10:14 PM   #361
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Do I have to buy the hose as well?
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Yes. The hose is sold separate from the faucet.
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Old 07-05-2016, 10:18 PM   #362
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Yes. The hose is sold separate from the faucet.


https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002P..._1467778628102

Will that work?


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Old 07-05-2016, 10:55 PM   #363
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They are all Camco products, available on Amazon:



Camco 42153 RS-700 refregerator screens (need two sets for Norcold slide mounted fridge)

Camco 42144 FUR-500 furnace vent screen

Camco 42145 WH-500 water heater screen


Looks like the residential fridge has a different vent... I don't know why you would know but just in case do u know what cover the residential fridge vent will need? Thanks for the model numbers btw. Very helpful.


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Old 07-06-2016, 03:59 AM   #364
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That's the hose, but if you go to DW Inc. you will find the faucet for $30 and the 15' hose for $25. Amazon is an easy place to find merchandise, but it isn't always the least expensive...
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Old 07-06-2016, 04:15 AM   #365
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do u know what cover the residential fridge vent will need?
No clue on this...
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Old 07-08-2016, 09:25 PM   #366
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Yes...I'm getting mine from there. The Rv faucets are junk and they are too low


Hey Tom. I told my dealer I'd like them to install new faucets before I pick it up but then he goes on about well it'll have to be a service order and if the holes don't match there can be issues there.... But anyway your saying if it's a "single hole" and I get a kitchen and bathroom they'll both fit? Thanks!


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Yes, they'll fit


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Looks like the residential fridge has a different vent... I don't know why you would know but just in case do u know what cover the residential fridge vent will need? Thanks for the model numbers btw. Very helpful.


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The residential fridge has no vents. That's one of the bonuses of the residential fridge
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Old 07-09-2016, 11:10 AM   #369
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The residential fridge has no vents. That's one of the bonuses of the residential fridge

Was told by an RV tech this week that models with residential fridges are starting to see issues with overheating due to lack of ventilation at back of fridge because they are shoehorned in.. 2 things bother me, 1 is I can see this could potentially be an issue, and 2 if it does become an issue and fridge needs to be replaced, how the heck would it get removed from our camper? Appears to large to be removed through the door..

Hopefully we will never need to deal with this.
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Was told by an RV tech this week that models with residential fridges are starting to see issues with overheating due to lack of ventilation at back of fridge because they are shoehorned in.. 2 things bother me, 1 is I can see this could potentially be an issue, and 2 if it does become an issue and fridge needs to be replaced, how the heck would it get removed from our camper? Appears to large to be removed through the door..

Hopefully we will never need to deal with this.
It'll probably come out if you take the doors off 1st??
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