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Old 12-28-2018
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Default Alarmstat Hose - DIY or?

We were getting ready for a trip to North Georgia before Christmas and noticed that the hose from the Alarmstat (Thermostatic Valve) was in bad shape.
Is this a DIY hose replacement or should it be taken to a shop? (Karen asking)
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It's a DIY job, just remove and take to your local auto parts store that can make up hydraulic hose and reinstall, that's it.
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Awesome! Thanks Andy!
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i changed all of mine ------same problem -----BB must have had a bad bunch of hoses as this is not normal
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Mine looked like that as well. Jim will need those long arms to R&R from the Fan Motor.
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Hopefully it will stop raining long enough for us to get it done. We’ll need to trade the coach for an Ark if it keeps up!
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