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Old 07-07-2018, 02:56 AM   #10
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Model: SOB
State: South Dakota
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THOR #3916
Originally Posted by BandG View Post
Curious why you wouldn't just keep the fresh water line connected.

Our water pump makes a nice growling noise when it's used, so definitely not my preference.

Do you get better pressure on your own system?
Had an episode with a former coach where the pressure regulator failed and over pressured the water lines, separating several fittings/joints...ended up totaling the RV due to the resulting water damage.
Our current coach using the factory 12v pump has a very steady water pressure regardless of volume(gpm) settings.
And the water pump and vacuum pump for the toilet are mounted in a quiet box.
The panel to the left is the main water shutoff manifold for isolating each water system.
On the gray manifold panel... The little copper looking fixture is the Aqua Hot temperature control thermostat for the dedicated water bay & basement heat settings.
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