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Old 07-19-2011, 03:50 PM   #21
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NICE, so that's the shore water coming into the Filter that goes to a faucet thats attached to where shore water connection is. That seems actually very easy to do.
Willis will have to chime in to be sure, but it looks like the water supply goes into the filter, then the outlet hose of that runs to the city water connection where there is a T. The faucet is on the other part of the T.
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Old 07-19-2011, 04:12 PM   #22
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This is what Willis did:

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I've been asked to clarify, so:

The shore water source is coming from the left (as you see it in the photo) into the filter housing. Then the output of the filter is connected to a short supply hose running to a Tee. One side of the Tee connects to the trailer's City Water Supply input and I attached a spigot with an anti-siphon connection to the other side. Now I can use the spigot like normal for filtered water. Using the spigot will drop the pressure inside the trailer while in use! For washing the trailer or other tasks that don't need potable water, I'd just use a hose directly from the site's water connection rather than running it thru the filter.

All of this including the filter bracket itself disconnects easily so it can be stowed away during travel.
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Old 07-19-2011, 04:14 PM   #23
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Thanks, Willis.

I was the 1 that PMd Willis to take a look at this thread, since we were talking about his mod.
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Old 07-19-2011, 04:18 PM   #24
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You could do the "Y" method or use the second water connection with a hose at the cg site temporary to see if you will really will get your useage out of installing an outside shower. A lot of people do get their value but a lot of people don't. This will give your new baby a little time to age before you cut into her.

LOL: If you are able to install it now you are much braver than me but then with my new camper it tooks several months before I was willing to put up a clock on the wall.
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Old 07-19-2011, 05:21 PM   #25
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Ya I'm still scared to mount the LCD lol
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Old 07-19-2011, 05:45 PM   #26
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I had my service department mount my tv and was going to ask them to mount the clock too but wasn't ready to commit to the location. Finally the day came and I brave enought to insert a very small screw and the clock was up. Well, for a moment before I removed the screw and pressed the edges of the tiny hole together to make it like new again. Then you guessed it - I searched and located the tiny hole and in went the screw again and the clock is up when camping.

I know it's only a clock but I have "space issues". I needed to find a spot that wouldn't be in the way of doors opening or break up the open look that I wanted to keep. I can't always see the clock but it's in the right spot. LOL
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