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Old 07-06-2009, 05:33 PM   #1
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stream is steady

Hi! first let me thank those who responded to my previous thread about a weak stream. I started tracing the water lines and on my 345 there is a large(5"x12")inline filter under the curbside twin and attached behind a bulkhead that is not easy to see. This filter was clogged reducing my water pressure to a small stream. This filter is glass so be carefull in the removal...I used an oil filter strap wrench that worked well. Once again Thanks all and I hope my problem and solution will help someone else.Pete
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