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Default 1997 WB Wanderlodge sporlan valve

In my 1997 WB Wanderlodge I do not have good pressure on shore water. Ive checked the forum and it says to check the sporlan valve. I cannot locate the valve.

Anyone know its location?
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Alex, look behind the water pumps.
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In my 1997 WB Wanderlodge I do not have good pressure on shore water. Ive checked the forum and it says to check the sporlan valve. I cannot locate the valve.

Anyone know its location?
Is it also taking a long time to fill the tank? Could be a pressure regulator. Could be a trash screen in the hose or connection to the coach as well.
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Thanks, It was hidden right behind the water pumps

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It takes about 15 mins to fill the tank. I don't know if that is slow or not?

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Is it also taking a long time to fill the tank? Could be a pressure regulator. Could be a trash screen in the hose or connection to the coach as well.
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It takes about 15 mins to fill the tank. I don't know if that is slow or not?
I would say that is not a long time. Not sure why the sporlan would make your water pressure poor. You might want to change out the pressure regulator, it is the thing you screw the hose into in the dump bay. Although I have a feeling that will not solve your problem. Didn't for me.
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