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Out with old Thomas air pump
09-29-2013, 13:49
Post: #21
RE: Out with old Thomas air pump
The Thomas needs 65psi, so I don't know what either of those regulators would be for.


That's what I intend to eventually do with mine, plumb the Microphor into the main system. Unfortunately, I've got enough leaks in the main, that that's just not feasible right now. And with my newer setup, it's holding much better pressures than before, so the Thomas won't cycle but once a day or so even with toilet usage.

John Mace
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01-12-2014, 13:54
Post: #22
RE: Out with old Thomas air pump
[quote='Arcticdude' pid='50219' dateline='1380473344']
The Thomas needs 65psi, so I don't know what either of those regulators would be for.


Hi,
In the M450 , there are 2 regulators in the front road side bay, aft of the compressors. One is labeled 35psi and the other 50 psi. Neither is for the toilet. Perhaps one is for the door air lock, but the other?
The toilet must have a "Tee" from the accessory air supply but I can't find it in the bays. Anyone who has changed a toilet know?
I want to plumb the 12v Thomas to the toilet only so it runs less with boondocking.

Ross MacKillop
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