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Old 08-19-2018, 08:28 AM   #1
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Did an inspection of my new North Point 377RLBH. Whoever installed this must have been hung over from the previous night.
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Old 08-19-2018, 08:34 AM   #2
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Did an inspection of my new North Point 377RLBH. Whoever installed this must have been hung over from the previous night.
Mines turned the same way
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I was hoping this was a fluke. The engineer must have 8' long arms to reach it from the other side
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Is that for the sanicon? It won't open if flipped because of the other valve.
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Poor design imo.
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doesnt run with the flow of the pipework either. A double wye would have been better there. Maybe they need a plumber to give them a lesson.
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Is that for the sanicon?........
I believe your correct..... it may be a manual by-pass for the Sanicon in the event it's inoperable and/or removal of (?).

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I believe your correct..... it may be a manual by-pass for the Sanicon in the event it's inoperable and/or removal of (?).

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IT is a by-pass for the sanicon. If I'm camping for the weekend I open it and use the sanicon. If I'm camping for the week I keep it closed and hook up hose.
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I just shaking my head. Even if they would have pointed forward up under a 45 angle, it would be more accessible.
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Did an inspection of my new North Point 377RLBH. Whoever installed this must have been hung over from the previous night.
Mine is that way also. The first time I tried using the Sanicon I figured something was wrong because it didn't work. Didn't bother checking the manual, just thought I would put it on my checklist for warranty. I was checking air pressure in the tires on the opposite side of the coach and just happened to look underneath and there it was!! That valve, which I didn't know was there, was in the closed position. Sanicon runs like a dream now
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