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Old 12-02-2012, 02:46 PM   #1
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Coach Water Filter

I need to change my water filter in the storage area. Does anyone know the part number or where to purchase?

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Old 12-02-2012, 03:06 PM   #2
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Did you look in the back of your manual?
Mine has part numbers for just about anything you would replace.
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:17 AM   #3
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Did you look in the back of your manual?
Mine has part numbers for just about anything you would replace.
Ahh the dreaded RTM. I just looked. They give the part number of the housing but not the filter replacement number???
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Try Googling the housing and maybe they'll list the filter
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If it is like mine, Lowes sells them. I had the same unit on a sink in my home in our last place. You can actually get a much better filter than the stock one it came with. Take the old one with you, just to make sure it is the same length and I.D. / O.D..
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Try Googling the housing and maybe they'll list the filter
Tried that and there are quite a few filters listed, diff construction, filtering abilities etc.

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If it is like mine, Lowes sells them. I had the same unit on a sink in my home in our last place. You can actually get a much better filter than the stock one it came with. Take the old one with you, just to make sure it is the same length and I.D. / O.D..
Will try that next time. Found that Camping world sells them, part # 48944 if anyone is interested.

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