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Old 07-25-2013, 09:53 PM   #11
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This campground is on a hill side and the roads are terraced and the supply for this site is coming from a hose from the site below us. I'm sure were losing pressure from it trying to push uphill. May talk to someone in the AM. Thanks, to all for ideas.
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Old 07-28-2013, 07:49 AM   #12
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Try removing the waterpur filter, I had very low pressure from external water supply on my Columbus 320, it is only a couple of months since I took delivery. I removed the filter and that solved my low pressure problem!

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Hate to be a newbie and ask a silly question, but did you remove the filter completely ? I seem to have very very low water pressure , I had my motorhome in the exact same spot, then I parked my 5th wheel in the spot and now have Lowe water pressure , and thought about removing the filter and just leaving the canister only or is there a product that I can install and completely remove the entire water filter system?
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Old 07-28-2013, 07:58 AM   #13
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Hate to be a newbie and ask a silly question, but did you remove the filter completely ? I seem to have very very low water pressure , I had my motorhome in the exact same spot, then I parked my 5th wheel in the spot and now have Lowe water pressure , and thought about removing the filter and just leaving the canister only or is there a product that I can install and completely remove the entire water filter system?
I think you can buy fittings and just connect the filter inlet pipe to the outlet pipe.
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If you just remove the filter canister, it should be the same as connecting the inlet to the outlet. And a lot cheaper and easier!
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Old 07-28-2013, 06:52 PM   #15
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Hate to be a newbie and ask a silly question, but did you remove the filter completely ? I seem to have very very low water pressure , I had my motorhome in the exact same spot, then I parked my 5th wheel in the spot and now have Lowe water pressure , and thought about removing the filter and just leaving the canister only or is there a product that I can install and completely remove the entire water filter system?
I just removed the filter and installed the canister without the filter, works for me. Looking for replacement filter for basic sediment and filtration. Until then just using external filter that I used previously used, it is a Camco canister type.



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