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Old 07-22-2016, 10:50 AM   #1
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GR630 LP regulator is leaking. Trying to find a replacement.

Added a freshly filled tank to the street side of my 5th wheel, the Gas Flow GR-630 regulator started leaking out the weep hole right away.

From what I've looked up, i need to replace it. Working out of town and tried 3 rv shops.

The all offer the Marshall Excelsior replacements but have provided me with different part numbers. Would the replacement for the GR-630 be the Marshall Excelsior MEGR-610B or the MEGR-130-30 ?

I believe it would be the MEGR-130-30 for 10 PSI? The website says the 610B is discontinued.

Thank you for your time.

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Old 07-22-2016, 11:36 AM   #2
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A 10 psi would work in a pinch, also if you could find an adjustable regulator rego 597 or fisher 67 series in the 3-25 range they would work better.
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