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Old 06-11-2015, 02:27 PM   #11
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My Water Pur filter takes the same cartridge as the Camco EVO filter. Wally World stupidly stacks the filter assembly, but not the replacement cartridge. But you can order the cart. from their O/L site for delivery to the store.
Camco EVO Spun PP Replacement Cartridge - Walmart.com
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Old 06-11-2015, 03:24 PM   #12
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my 2010 Georgetown uses and came with the expensive water pur filter. will the hdx work for mine also?

I don't think so. Georgetown must have gone to that filter earlier. I don't see an advantage to it. Is it that much better system? I can get as aggressive filter as I want and they are cheap.
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Old 06-11-2015, 04:52 PM   #13
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I think I got them from Amazon. This filter is Made for forest river from what I understand.
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Old 06-12-2015, 08:45 AM   #14
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I have been looking on-line @ Wal-Mart for a replacement for my CCI-010-CA,,,
I may have found a couple that might work,,, I will take an old one with me one of these days & check them out,,, I am looking @ Camco EVO Replacement Cartridge,,, @ $11.10,,, and 3M Filtrete Whole House Carbon 2 pk @ $9.33 ???


Thanks CCONDOS for the INFO !!!
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I have been told there is a By-pass plug you can buy for the water filter sys,,,
but I have not been able to find it on-line anywhere ??? I would LOVE to be able to remove Canister in the Winter !!! What ever you do,,,
DO NOT let one freeze & brake !!!
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I never even put the filter in since we do not drink the water and in the winter just unscrew the canister and empty it and it should never freeze on you.

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I never even put the filter in since we do not drink the water and in the winter just unscrew the canister and empty it and it should never freeze on you.

Jason

X-2. No filters.

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X2 - maybe to no-filters. Heard horror story at one campground where the had a water pipe break. After their repair, all kinds of sludge got into the lines of campers and extended stay residents.

Yes, removing filter gives better flow rates, but besides the water pipe problem, I am not sure what is in the campground water supply. That's why most do not drink it. Not sure that I want the MH to not be protected.
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I am guessing that people that use campground water would be using a in-line filter on there hoses ??? I use a filter here @ home when filling fresh water tank with soft water from our well !!!
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Well at least the mis-spelled "Part" in the title was with an "R" and not an "F".
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