Originally Posted by CarolinaBlue
I like the idea of removing any sediment with a pre-filter but after a week using the blue Camco filter in various campgrounds we had no pressure for the shower. We had to turn on our water pump. I suppose the clogged filter indicates it was doing its job. Has anyone else had a problem with reduced pressure caused be the hose bib filters?
I have had the house filter clog and no water inside the rv, it kinda baffled me for awhile till I went outside and checked the water pressure coming from the post. It was good, then I checked the onboard filter and sure enough it was clogged.
Since then I have used the Camco filters, #1 they are cheaper than the $30 dollar filters that go into the on board container. I buy them at Walmart in a two pack and can change them out easier than the onboard can. I don't even run the one in the rv anymore and I have had zero problems with the Camco filters.