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Old 03-06-2016, 04:44 PM   #31
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Here is what we use, works great, fills the water tank with no backups.

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Old 03-06-2016, 05:05 PM   #32
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Here is what we use, works great, fills the water tank with no backups.

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Ok,now I will give some input! We use this one also,just 1 little Mod to keep it from Blowing/Falling out while filling! I put a 12" piece of Copper tube 1/2" inside the clear hose about 3",never had it come out since! Youroo!!
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Have never had a problem with it coming out.
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:41 PM   #34
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ditto....use the same one..does the trick just fine....best of all...it's cheap! Also cheap from Amazon if you are ordering other stuff, and just as cheap at Walmart.
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You might want to put a piece of nylon screen into the vent tube to keep the mud dobbers and spiders out. Air will pass through OK, but not critters.
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Ditto on a good recovery... hope you heal fast.

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ditto....use the same one..does the trick just fine....best of all...it's cheap! Also cheap from Amazon if you are ordering other stuff, and just as cheap at Walmart.
That is what we used on the end of our inline filter,,,
until the hose fell off and into the FR tank !!!
I think if I were to buy another one,,, I would glue the hose on !!!
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I had a problem getting my FW tank to full if coach leaned toward fill side. Used Robot check but still seemed problematic. I took a two foot section off old FW hose and stuck it in the opening like Robot Check, worked great, don't know why there's a shut off on Robot Check needed a cut off valve. I'm also starting to use the brass quick release connections due to finger joints getting weak and sore, helps greatly.
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Our biggest problem was always water in the air vent,,,
even with the air vent was clear,,, it's a SLOW fill !!!
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