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Old 10-08-2014, 05:56 PM   #1
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Gulfstream outdoor shower replacement

Here is a pic of the shower. Whats the best way to replace this?Click image for larger version

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Old 10-08-2014, 06:24 PM   #2
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what's broken? It looks like it just needs a good cleaning. Most of it is standard plumbing parts. Parts are available at most camper supply places and hardware stores.
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what's broken? It looks like it just needs a good cleaning. Most of it is standard plumbing parts. Parts are available at most camper supply places and hardware stores.

If you look close where the hose meets the faucet, somebody had rigged it together. It leaks like crazy right at that joint. There is an elbow that is zip-tied to the faucet and hose
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Old 10-09-2014, 06:45 AM   #4
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The entire hose and wand assembly is available through an RV parts store for about $13. It just screws on to the faucet assembly.
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Old 10-10-2014, 12:49 AM   #6
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When I looked yesterday CW had the valve body. I would bet any RV dealer will.

I assume the valve body is not worth messing with. The real PITA will probably be getting to the backside of the plate that holds the valve. Any kind of work around will not be worth it.
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Photo failed to display on my computer,, started to but never finished loading.

Remove assembly (may require removal of door) to access backside, Mixer valve is standard, should be found at any RV dealer. Same for hose and wand.
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I was able to get to mine by removing the drawers from my cabinets. Mine is a rear-kitchen model, so yours might not be accessible. It's a pain in the... er... neck.
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All plumbing connections are accessible in your RV. You may need to remove a panel or drawer or something else but you can get to it. This should be a simple fix. There are screw on hand fittings on the back of the valve body. There are large screw on hand fittings that hold the valve body to the housing and finally the hose is held on with the screw on fitting shown. Should take 15 minutes to swap the whole unit out.
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