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Old 05-14-2016, 06:02 AM   #11
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For now I'm going to blame my one time event on not using my pressure regulator. It was our first time use for the trailer and the hose/filter/regulator setup. It kept dripping quite a bit at the hose connection for the pressure regulator. The camp water pressure seemed fine to me (which is dumb I know since I don't have a pressure gauge built into my hand or eyes) so I took it off and simply connected directly to the camp water supply. Maybe overnight it spiked? Who knows. Will put some teflon tape on my pressure reg and make sure it stays inline from now on, even if it drips.

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Old 05-14-2016, 07:14 AM   #12
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A friend had that happen, and it was the water "mix valves" where you change the settings from normal, to city, to country, etc. Valve was replaced under warranty, end of problem.

When he set the valve to "city fixtures", it dribbled water into the fresh water tank without him knowing, 'till the tank overflowed.

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