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Old 10-03-2016, 09:04 PM   #21
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We recently bought our first motor home - Forester MBS 2401W. It has a water filter inside the cabin, but I was thinking a second filter, to minimize sediment in the drinking water tank, wouldn't be a bad idea. I purchased a Camco online filter, but it clogged and reduced the water pressure quite a bit. I have noticed a number of RV's with the outside filter, but most don't. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
IF the filter clogged, it did its job! Without it you would have had whatever plugged it up inside your water system. the fix would cost more than another filter!
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