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Old 09-13-2016, 07:01 AM   #15
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Is there a plumbing diagram for the clean water flow including the tank and city water?
If you phone Airstream Service directly they will email you a plumbing diagram. Just for the asking they sent me a plumbing and electrical diagram for my trailer.
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I had been @ CG for 2 days. Although I don't see how this would matter, a week prior I put a brass right angle connector at the inlet port to stop the leaking hose. The other components of flow diagram (before the coach connection, and each individually checked for patency) are: pressure reducing device and "blue cartridge" filter. Screen is clean. Haven't seen another incidence of this situation happening (nor could I reproduce it). I'm inclined to go with the "hiccup theory" for now and will continue to monitor it.
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I had been @ CG for 2 days. Although I don't see how this would matter, a week prior I put a brass right angle connector at the inlet port to stop the leaking hose. The other components of flow diagram (before the coach connection, and each individually checked for patency) are: pressure reducing device and "blue cartridge" filter. Screen is clean. Haven't seen another incidence of this situation happening (nor could I reproduce it). I'm inclined to go with the "hiccup theory" for now and will continue to monitor it.
I can't remember either, I had a train of thought and now I can't remember what it was. I think it may have been that if was a fresh hookup, when the water got turned on at the spigot there might have been a little water hammer effect that caused the regulator to snap shut and it took getting the pressure off to reset it
Seems like a hiccup for now.
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