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Old 02-04-2012, 05:10 PM   #1
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Which Everpure Cartridge

Can someone with a '99 Chieftain tell me which cartridge is correct for my system. I cannot find the owner's manual and I cannot get close enough to read the model number on the Everpure Filtering unit.
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Old 02-04-2012, 06:59 PM   #2
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Here is what is in our motorhome. I'm sure a internet search will guide to where you can purchase one. Note that this is for the under sink drinking water filter.


Water filter for Motorhome by Gene Martel's, on Flickr
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Old 02-04-2012, 07:16 PM   #3
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The Full Timer Cartridge is Model # EV959206 and the Part Timer is Model # EV959207. The difference is the length, so if yours is seasonal use you can use the Part Timer.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:33 AM   #4
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The Part-Timer appears to have vanished
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:46 AM   #5
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Well if you are going to change it you're gonna have to pull it out anyway so remove it and see what you have. You can tie the water line together by adding in some tubing until you get the new filter.
Lowes and Home depot carry some filters.
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Old 02-05-2012, 06:44 AM   #6
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Well if you are going to change it you're gonna have to pull it out anyway so remove it and see what you have. You can tie the water line together by adding in some tubing until you get the new filter.
Lowes and Home depot carry some filters.
Arch, there is no filter in it....it was removed during the winterization process and that happened before I purchased the coach.
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There is a bypass insert that you install in place of the filter during the winterization period and for times you do not have a replacement cartridge.

Check around in the coach for this piece.
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There is a bypass insert that you install in place of the filter during the winterization period and for times you do not have a replacement cartridge.

Check around in the coach for this piece.
Thank you Bug, I think that the insert may already be in the unit. I can't see it but there is something in it.
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There may also be a bypass valve on the manifold (mine does)
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Take a look here ADC Filter Installation and Operation Guide
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The RV Water Filter Store is a good source for filters, etc.
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Bummer..... Well you could take a look at the fittings and buy a filter that has the same type/size. A filter is a filter and they all do the same thing, usually get more expensive as they remove more contaminates.
We don't filter our incoming water and use bottled water for consumption. We have a small gooseneck outlet at the kitchen sink with an under counter filter and we use that for coffee after we put it through a Britta filter.
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Also, look at the Omni-Pure. It doesn't have quite the sediment capicity as the ADC, but it has more throughput capacity as the ADC with lower volume, but I didn't care since it makes drinling water and ice.

It's also $10 cheaper
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Go to efilters.com and order the Omnipure filter number E5515P. I order in quantities of 3 and that way they are about $25 - $30 cheaper (each) than the ADP replacement filter. The Omnipure I referenced above is a season filter -- good for the entire season.
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Go to efilters.com and order the Omnipure filter number E5515P. I order in quantities of 3 and that way they are about $25 - $30 cheaper (each) than the ADP replacement filter. The Omnipure I referenced above is a season filter -- good for the entire season.
Thanks David. They also have a Canadian site as well. I just ordered three
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In my 2001 35U the head for the water filter says Everpure QL3. I have the manual for it and it says to use ADC filter #9592-01. I couldnt find this exact filter so grabbed an ADC #9592-06 from Camping World for $35. It fits and works perfectly.
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For those interested, the part timer (2) pk is available after a little searching. Here is one link, Shurflo EV959207 Everpure ADC Part Timer Filter Cartridge Trailer Camper RV
Another site is here,
Everpure Water Filter Element and Filters for Sale - PPL Motor Homes
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Camping World has them for $34.99; PPL wants $49.20 for the same part #. I bought one late last year from CW; I believe the $34.99 was what I gave, and got free shipping at that time.
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Camping World has them for $34.99; PPL wants $49.20 for the same part #. I bought one late last year from CW; I believe the $34.99 was what I gave, and got free shipping at that time.
I got three from efilters.ca They were $33 each. So I am good for three years
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