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If your motorhome has been in storage for a season or more, this is likely what you’ll find when you remove the cover — dirt, dust and spider webs. In fact, there was still a spider present when we took this photo.
The unit is unplugged, then the single screw that holds the bracket in place is removed.
Use a piece of fine-grit sandpaper or emery cloth to clean the igniter electrode and ground wires. Make sure to hold the igniter assembly by the two wires as shown, not by the white porcelain, as it can crack if you’re not careful. If the porcelain is cracked, the igniter must be replaced.

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A Dometic RV refrigerator with doors open

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The Clearsource kit includes sediment and coconut shell activated carbon block filters. Plastic wrench, supplied with the system, is used to remove canisters and access filters.

Clean Water on the Road: Clearsource RV Water Filters

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