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Author Topic: Fresh Water tank - drain it or not?  (Read 2323 times)
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« Reply #15 on: August 31, 2006, 08:30:10 AM »

Wayne,

I do exactly like you do.....

I refill the tank through a built in single filter and have a carbon filter for the drinking water on the inside.....

My water tastes fine to me, but then again I drink out of a hose if I am thirsty....

I refill from my well....I cannot stand the taste of city water(tastes like it came out of the pool)of course

I dont have city water either Grin .....At work I can smell the chlorine Shocked ....Guess its what your used too!

Cliff
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