Fulltimer51

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  1. Thanks Kirk, Ill check it out. I do use a whole house sediment filter at the riser and a whole house charcoal filter inside the rig.
  2. Since the pressure is so low, I dont use a regulator. If I use the regular position I dont think the pump adds any water to the system. It just pumps water from the water tank and since the pressure from the pump is higher than the water coming, no water comes in and I have to keep adding water to the tank. I have tried this once at a park that had really low pressure and it was a help. I was wondering how the pump would long term using this method. I think that whole rig RO systems offer an extra pump to keep the pressure up for the filter to work properly so there must be some logic there.
  3. I helps if the floor has been cleaned well, before the slide is moved.
  4. My unit has a winterization position on the water control valve. In the winterization position the water pump sucks from the city water inlet. I have stayed in parks where the water pressure was less than desirable. How about connecting to the park water using the winterization position and using the pump to increase pressure? What do you think?
  5. Not all controllers are compatible with all RV brake systems. Can you try to lower the power setting on the controller to see if you can find a position that works? At least one truck manufacture's controller provides no braking below 5 mph.
  6. I understand. Had I chosen the truck station, there would have been no problem because I would have had enough room, which is what the OP was asking about.
  7. Truck type places are the only way to go. Many times they cost more but well worth it, in my opinion. Last week I chose a regular station to avoid the hustle and bustle at the truck stop. Big mistake. First estimate to fix the fight with an island protection device is about $7K. You do the math.
  8. Sparky, What you are describing is not an Energy Management System, but a surgprotector. Not important really, but might help you when doing searches for products.
  9. Ask a septic tank company. I think: what happens in the first chamber anyway? Doesnt it get broken down?
  10. Full?
  11. This topic is not about KOAs but I am glad you do.
  12. A search of Sanidumps.com for the Brunswick, GA area shows several dumpstations in that area. The free ones at Rest areas and truck stops are shown to be closed with campgrounds being the only options. I also checked with the GDOT and found several interstate rest areas that were closed but most were open. I suspect that like Walmart Camping local regulations could play a large part of this condition.
  13. Our approach was service to their customer. Why dry-camp in a parking lot when we offered a special low price at our park. I offered this as a possible answer to the OPs request.
  14. Some campground will take action if they feel that non RV park competition is cutting into their business. I know that when we managed the Wendover KOA we were talking with the casinos to try and get them to discourage RVers from spending the night in their parking lots.