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Hi. We seem to be having problems with the pressure switch on our Lunar Lexon. George has tried everything to fine adjust it but to no avail...still chatters etc. We thought at first it was a problem with the pump..but no..just this pressure switch.

Has anyone a ny ideas at all. We have read in Practical Caravan Mag about a Revolutionary Water Pump Pressure Switch that self adjusts to pump pressure etc. and stops that annoying chattering etc.

Can anyone give any advice.....and should be purchase one...Can't find anyone that had had one at all...and there isn't a website just a phone no. etc.

Failing that any advice anyone....before it drives us mad...!!!

Chris x Thanks !

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Hi Chris, I don't why but Lunars seem to suffer this problem more than most, mine had the problem when i owned one, unless there is a problem with the pressure switch, fitting a whale surge damper usually solves the problem, cost about £20 easy to fit, instruction in the packaging.

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Hi. We seem to be having problems with the pressure switch on our Lunar Lexon. George has tried everything to fine adjust it but to no avail...still chatters etc. We thought at first it was a problem with the pump..but no..just this pressure switch.

Has anyone a ny ideas at all. We have read in Practical Caravan Mag about a Revolutionary Water Pump Pressure Switch that self adjusts to pump pressure etc. and stops that annoying chattering etc.

Can anyone give any advice.....and should be purchase one...Can't find anyone that had had one at all...and there isn't a website just a phone no. etc.

Failing that any advice anyone....before it drives us mad...!!!

Chris x Thanks !

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Practical Caravan might mean the replacement water pressure switch from Mid Service Centre tel 0121 354 5552.

I had been troubled for a while with inconsistent performance from my conventional pressure switch and replaced it last year with the Mid Service Centre product. It worked for me; no more fiddling in the locker every couple of days, simplified pipework and more room in the locker; it's a fit and forget item and I'm delighted with mine :thumbsup: . It is sensitive to frost though so don't let it freeze.

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Hi than ks all for the comments!

Hawkeye...sent you a p.m. Thanks....

Chris..

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Practical Caravan might mean the replacement water pressure switch from Mid Service Centre tel 0121 354 5552.

I had been troubled for a while with inconsistent performance from my conventional pressure switch and replaced it last year with the Mid Service Centre product. It worked for me; no more fiddling in the locker every couple of days, simplified pipework and more room in the locker; it's a fit and forget item and I'm delighted with mine :thumbsup: . It is sensitive to frost though so don't let it freeze.

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Richard Hi...Thanks for replying and telling me that you have one and that all is o.k. with it...I am going to get one..just waiting in case it won't find us re the postal strike.!!! :no: but my George just can't get the Lexon pressure switch to adjust right at all...and he is so fed up of twiddling all the time :laugh: anything to sort his life out lol.... :laugh:

Chris x Thanks again :thumbsup:

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Richard Hi...Thanks for replying and telling me that you have one and that all is o.k. with it...I am going to get one..just waiting in case it won't find us re the postal strike.!!! :no: but my George just can't get the Lexon pressure switch to adjust right at all...and he is so fed up of twiddling all the time :laugh: anything to sort his life out lol.... :laugh:

Chris x Thanks again :thumbsup:

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Thats what happens Chris when delta Lady gets a Lexon and Lexon Man gets a Delta :wine:

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