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Old 10-01-2016, 11:08 PM   #1
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Default Just two things bug me about our trailer

Ok, make that three things.

1. The a/c is too loud. Can't hear the tv over it, so we turn up the tv. Then the a/c cycles off and the tv is blaring. It's a toss up whether to be comfortable and hear the roar or sweat and be able to hear the tv.

2. The water pressure when hooked up is weak. Much better with the pump on. Dh says it is the pressure regulator and no way to adjust it.

3. We have a tv on a swivel mount. When facing the "living room" it is right beside my ear if I'm at the sink. But what bugs me is that it will lose the signal when it is swiveled from one direction to the other. Sometimes wiggling the coax helps, so I thought it might have a crimp in it, so bought a new one. Same thing happened.

Is it just our FF, or is this normal?
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Old 10-02-2016, 07:45 AM   #2
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Would help if knew which model you have.

1. A/C noise different if venting out directly from the unit or sent thru the ducts to various parts of the camper.

2. My camper did not come with a water pressure regulator, however, I did purchase an aftermarket one, fixed installation, where the water connects to the camper. It works fine and no loss or difference in pressure either way.

3. Does not apply
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Sorry, I thought it was in my profile. 210X

Ours didn't come with a water pressure regulator either. We bought one from the hardware store. I wonder if buying one specifically for RVs would make a difference?
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I tried one of these 'in-line' regulators and found it severely reduced the water volume so was worthless. RV Trailer camper Brass Water Pressure Regulator Camco | eBay

I opted for the shurflo pressure regulator with fixed installation ~ easy peasy!

It limits the water pressure to 65 psi without reducing the water volume.

https://www.rvsupplyparts.com/catalo...9-18-7111.html

They make several different ones .. plastic, chrome, etc. and sold a various RV suppliers. Don't recall where it was purchased at several years ago.

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Thanks Eagle. That first one looks almost exactly like ours.
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