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Old 07-12-2013, 05:48 AM   #29
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That's what I would do with a coach that is still new or under a warranty.

Hopefully they will find the culprit and repair it.

Please let us know the outcome of your water pressure mystery.

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Will do. I have an appointment to drop the Coach off Aug 3rd. They'll have it for the week as it is a 5 hr drive from me.


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Old 07-12-2013, 11:16 AM   #31
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While this approach is sound in theory.. the water lines route over the tanks behind the plumbing termination panel, making diagnoses impossible without significant dissassembly of the coach.

I am going to take Gemini5362's advice and allow a dealer to diagnose and repair. I have a few other issues that need to be addressed by a dealer as well.

I did order a High Pressure Shower Head to see if that will assist, at least at the shower.

The shower is where I am having the biggest issue, due to the fact that the outlet is angled upward instead of straight down like the sink faucets.

I will continue to update this thread as I make improvements.

I would offer one more piece of advice while I am on a roll. while you are at your dealer look at a new shower head ( camping world calls them Body Spa RV shower head) I do not know that i understand how they work well enough to explain it but they claim to give more pressure and force with lower water pressure. I was at a camping world looking at them, the salesman walked up and said they really work and told me that if I bought one and did not like it just return it for a full refund. All you have to do is unscrew the hose and shower head in your shower and screw this one on so is not a big deal changing it back. I liked it so much I am thinking about next time i go to camping world getting one for my bathroom at home.

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