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RJsfishin

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Posted: 10/28/20 11:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have never known a drippy PRV to cause any problem


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cavie wrote:

capacitor wrote:

I spoke too soon. The above solved the igniter issue but the original problem was water dripping from the pressure relief valve. I replaced it and the thermostat also. I put a 130 degree thermostat in and then the igniter issue happened. That is solved but now the relief valve drips and the water temp is 128 but it wont shut down. bad pressure relief valve even tho it is new? Thanks again, i'm stumped.


My old-timer RV tech told me they will do. 2 trailers have done it. only when running.


I am 65. I have been a RV Tech for 41 years. What qualifies as a Old-Timer???? THEY DO NOT DRIP IF THE SYSTEM IS FUNCTIONING CORRECTLY. Doug

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dougrainer wrote:

cavie wrote:

capacitor wrote:

I spoke too soon. The above solved the igniter issue but the original problem was water dripping from the pressure relief valve. I replaced it and the thermostat also. I put a 130 degree thermostat in and then the igniter issue happened. That is solved but now the relief valve drips and the water temp is 128 but it wont shut down. bad pressure relief valve even tho it is new? Thanks again, i'm stumped.


My old-timer RV tech told me they will do. 2 trailers have done it. only when running.


I am 65. I have been a RV Tech for 41 years. What qualifies as a Old-Timer???? THEY DO NOT DRIP IF THE SYSTEM IS FUNCTIONING CORRECTLY. Doug

^^^^^^^^^^^^What he said!^^^^^^^^^^^^


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