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Posted: 12.07.2018  ·  #1
I have a 3m water filter in my Hobby motorhome. I am trying to get a new cartridge but cannot find one online. It is called a 3M Advanced water filtration system model E2. Has anyone come across this before and know where I could get a new cartridge.
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Posted: 12.07.2018  ·  #3
E by gum that's b expensive and should be changed every six months.
I have been using Pureflo http://www.pureflo.co.uk/ at home for years on a separate tap and have now decided to install same in Camper, Filter housing £7.00 Carbon filter £13 available on line.
Might well not be so great of the above but
Does for me


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Posted: 12.07.2018  ·  #4
I’ve done the same David, we’ve a system in the house which is changed when needed, also it’s on a separate tap.
I’ve a smaller system in the van, cartridges very inexpensive and it really works well... Ive plumbed it into the kitchen tap only and we use onboard water for all, tea/coffee/drinking etc.

The 3M ones seem expensive, I think I get 2x cartridges for a tenner and each cartridge is good for 5000 litres.... probably not as fine or as good as 3M, but they definitely work.
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Posted: 15.07.2018  ·  #6
Thanks for all the info. Will probably fit new one with the less expensive replacement filters. As usual great knowledge base out there among the Craicers🚃
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