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Old 06-18-2014, 08:21 PM   #1
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2002 winnie journey water pressure

My water pump was working fine this past weekend then I found it leaking from the city hose hookup which I fixed but now I don't have water pressure. There are a few minor leaks on the city water hook up where I fill the tank, I still need to change the gaskets there. I cleaned the screen in the filter which was dirty but it didn't change the water flow at all. Do you think my pump is bad now or something clogging the pipes? Kitchen faucet, bathroom faucet, shower, toilet they are all the same with low water pressure. Any ideas?

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Old 06-25-2014, 02:56 PM   #2
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Make sure your external shower faucet is turned off at the faucet and not just at the shower head. Otherwise it will tend to circulate thru there backfeeding the system.

There should also be a drain valve at or near the pump for winterizing - you should be able to tell if your pump is putting out sufficient volume by opening it. Be sure your winterizing valves are set right as well. There is water in the tank, right?

The city/tank fill valve have been known to fail as well - same deal, will create a circle backfeed situation.

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