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Old 08-30-2012, 01:23 PM   #1
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Old 09-01-2012, 10:36 PM   #3
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Hi Sam what is the acceptable water pressure for my 2013 sabre 32rcts.
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Old 09-02-2012, 02:58 PM   #4
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Hi Sam what is the acceptable water pressure for my 2013 sabre 32rcts.
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Are you asking me about the city water pressure? or the pressure from your pump?
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I will ask the plant Monday. Most customers I've spoke with run a regulator on the city water fill. Are you having problems? What pressure is at your campsite hookup?
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Thanks, yes I have low pressure at shower and sink. Dealer said that's normal. If I take my regulator off problem is gone. My regulator is 40-50 psi and the campground pressure is 60 psi. I also have the water filter option installed in my rv.
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Zucrew01... what kind of regulator are you using? I went from one of the $10 brass screw-ons to paying the obscene $100 for a good Watts regulator and am shocked at the amazing difference it's made (after just 1 trip out).
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Good point I am using a brass one paid about 30 bucks. I just ordered an adjustable one from camping world that I hope will help. I live in Canada and cannot seem to find the watts version.
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Zucrew - I ordered mine from here:
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The guy who runs it is really helpful and called me on a Sunday night to discuss shipping arrangements.
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