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Old 07-10-2015, 09:37 AM   #1
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Help! With my Country Coach

I need some help! I have no water to my shower. I have a 1995 concept, and hooked up to my well and have water to my other faucets but nothing at shower at all. I have not found anything in my books that says anything about shower or shut off valves.
The funny/not funny fact that we are building a homestead and just moved into the bus and the wife was feeding the pigs after a long night of rain and they splashed her with muddy pig ****!
I was lucky she was good natured about it even after we found out no water to shower, but I better fix quick or it could get ugly quick!
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Old 07-10-2015, 09:42 AM   #2
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Unscrew & remove the shower head, then turn the water on. If you get water, then the problem is in the shower head itself. It may just be clogged with calcium build up.
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Old 07-10-2015, 09:44 AM   #3
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Have you taken the showerhead off to see if it is stopped up?
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I have tried that, when you turn on the handle you can tell it's not getting water to it there's no resistance
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Old 07-10-2015, 09:50 AM   #5
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I don't get a single drop!
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Old 07-10-2015, 09:53 AM   #6
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Not sure on that era CC, and as you know, the Concept's are a bit unique! But many of the valves used in the showers have extra valves to keep from scalding. You might take of the trim around the valve, see if this valve has the mixing screws. If so, turn of the water pressure (ask me how I know that) - and open the screws to see if you have build up clogging form that area.

If not, then it's poking around in the belly to see if you can trace water pipes back and make sure no problems in the piping feed... As I'm sure you knew!

A good story to look back on and laugh in the future!! Next time, hand her out the soap and shampoo and let the rain take care of the 'stuff' from the pigs!!!

Best of luck and please let us know what you find out,
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I have been trying to post a pic of her covered in pig **** with no luck! That's right I like living on the edge!lol
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Doesn't the Concept have a water manifold in one of the underfloor compartments where you can shut off individual circuits? One for hot water and one for cold. I seem to remember seeing that on a Concept I looked at CC a couple of weeks ago.
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Take her outside and use the hose
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Doesn't the Concept have a water manifold in one of the underfloor compartments where you can shut off individual circuits? One for hot water and one for cold. I seem to remember seeing that on a Concept I looked at CC a couple of weeks ago.
Not that I have found.
I did go below to find water lines going to shower, loosened fittings right before it went through floor and it seems to have water pressure on hot and cold both. Removed shower head and still nothing. Removed shower handle and face plate and nothing to see but stem/valve.
I bought this rig in winter and was winterized and have never used the shower, I'm sure a valves must be shut off I just wish I could find it!
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Check underneath the sink and for any hidden access panels. There may be a winterization valve in there somewhere.
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I will look in the books for winterizing,I don't know why I haven't already checked that!
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Have you tried to call the service techs @ Country Coach Corporation?
541-234-2167 www.countrycoach.com
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