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Old 09-09-2016, 07:25 PM   #15
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Got it today. Looking forward to installing but will try the one mounted on the new trailer first so can appreciate the difference.
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Got it today. Looking forward to installing but will try the one mounted on the new trailer first so can appreciate the difference.
Have you tried it out? Curious to see what you thought. This was a change I made in year two that I wished I had done immediately.
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My shower water volume was terrible. I switched to a better shower head and it did make a difference. Then I tossed the small inline water regulator and got a better unit with less restriction and that made a huge difference. Still the same 45 psi, but volume is your buddy. I even tried it with the old factory shower head and it was still better. Now I need a bigger water heater.
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Old 09-13-2016, 07:32 AM   #18
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While I have the Oxygenics, we don't have the trailer yet. When we ordered it on 8/27, we were told it would be 5-8 weeks so we're expecting it in October. No word yet from the dealer but it might be a little early. When it gets here we're going to experiment with normal head, normal head w/o restrictor, oxygenics and then oxygenics w/o restrictor and advise the timed flow rates we got with each one. Looking forward to it!
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When I changed out shower hose and head I also removed the restrictor from the faucet, that helped
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When I changed out shower hose and head I also removed the restrictor from the faucet, that helped
What faucet are you referring to and where is the restrictor located? Is it a shower hose/head that is attached to a faucet? Kind of confusing to me.
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When you unscrew shower hose from sink faucet I removed the restrictor from that connection. You may not have this same set up. Just check to see that nothing is blocking the open end of pipe connection. I used needle nose pliers to remove it, as it was set into the pipe end.
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When you unscrew shower hose from sink faucet I removed the restrictor from that connection. You may not have this same set up. Just check to see that nothing is blocking the open end of pipe connection. I used needle nose pliers to remove it, as it was set into the pipe end.

Thank you, will check that.
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