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Old 03-19-2023, 01:37 PM   #41
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I am seasonal and don't use a regulator but I do when I travel now after camping at KY Horse Park, and missed the warning their pressure is high. Blew the seal on the faucet in a brand new trailer. I use a brass elbow on the fresh water to keep the hose from kinking and close to the trailer.
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Old 03-19-2023, 01:56 PM   #42
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After reading some of the postís I think the adjustable pressure regulator is the way to go. I had really never given it much though unit now. My fixed regulator ( 40-50 lbs.) is going on 5 years old so itís probably time to replace it. Iím looking at the Renator brand that ďmrmomĒ suggested. Is there a rule of thumb as to what pressure it should be set at or is 40-50 lbs close enough? Thanks for your time folks!
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Old 03-21-2023, 09:52 AM   #43
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And while you are modifying your hose connections with a pressure regulator with built-in pressure gauge, suggest installing brass quick disconnect fittings with teflon tape at each hose end.....for quick connect/disconnect and leak-free connections. Plus an in-line turbine water meter for the black tank flush line to meter water into the tank before each use and during flushing/dumping.
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AMAZON is a little scary sometimes!! I ordered it about four hours ago.
That's the one we bought from them also. There were so many offshore knockoffs that try to undersell you. The Renator is by far the best one.
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