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Old 06-16-2011, 09:37 PM   #11
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Jayco says the rear tv can be watched in-motion but not the front. Who knows! The driver can't see either tv so I see no difference.
Ha - We talked about getting a MH at one point and I said "wait...if we get one dad is going to be in the drivers seat while you all sit back and enjoy" -- what is wrong with this picture

No wonder Dads are so special!
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Old 06-16-2011, 09:43 PM   #12
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My regulator has the screen you described. Also going to put an in-line filter on the hose.

The tv saga continues. Received the dish network receiver today. Will work on that this weekend.

Jayco says the rear tv can be watched in-motion but not the front. Who knows! The driver can't see either tv so I see no difference.
Joe, thanks for your reply. Also be sure to use screen washer on hose you use to connect to tank sprayer. You can put on both sides of the plastic or metal Y that hooks to campground water faucet. Carry extras because they get clogged up over time. Also put your inline water filter on "after" the pressure regulator (don't leave pressure regulator outside if weather is going to be below freezing either). Also carry some teflon plumbers tape because numerous campground water faucets will leak when you hook up. Put plumbers tape on the threads and then your Y. Lots of things to remember about RVing-Joe!!
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Old 07-16-2011, 03:29 PM   #14
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On our trip to Wisconsin we stayed to 5 different cg's. One had water pressure over 70 psi. Pressure was posted in each site. My regulator worked great.
I watched one camper trying to regulate the water pressure with the cg water valve. He finally went to the store and bought a regulator.
Another item I would not leave home without!
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