Originally Posted by Road-King
X3 on what Herk and HooDad said.
My dealer at the PDI told me not to put a filter in the housing and to use a outside filter for ease of use. Their reason was the days your not camping, the stagnant water just setting in the filter has caused problems with bacteria growth. They clam you need to drain the filter if it will sit for any extended length of time. This fall when I winterize I'm planning on by-passing the built in filter housing.
Might go with a pressure tank or might just used a nipple. We never use our fresh water tank and pump, so I don't know if the pressure tank would do anything for us.
I installed the pressure tank for when we boondock. Nothing wakes me up faster than the DW (or guest) flushing after a #1 and having that pump fire up.
The flush never bothered me, but the pump is right under our bedroom.
Now we can get 3 "#1" or 1 #2 flush before the pump fires up.
Lou and Laura with Bella - German Short Hair Pointer
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2010 Flagstaff 8526RLWS - Superglide 3300
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