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Old 04-28-2012, 11:44 AM   #1
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Water Pressure or Lack Thereof

The standing joke as Gerry or I get in the shower is be carefeul that the water pressure doesn't rip your skin off.
Help! All we have in the shower is a pathetic sprinkle. It's this way at all parks it seems. So is it our TT or the water pressure at the parks.
We just came from Fort Wilderness at Disney and it was worse than usual. Isn't everything supposed to be wonderful and magical? Just kidding.
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Old 04-28-2012, 12:54 PM   #2
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I would break all the hose connections and inspect any and all screens. They can get plugged up fairly easy. If you have a whole house water filter, check that too as it may need replacing. Most RVs have a non-adjustable pressure regulator to guard against high pressure. These can go bad and make your life miserable. You may also want to double check all valves to be sure they are fully open. Can't think of much else as long as you get decent pressure with your pump.
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Old 04-28-2012, 02:02 PM   #3
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Check it somewhere you know the water pressure is good, such as maybe your home spigot if you have good water pressure there. You don't say if it is bad throughout the trailer. How is the pressure at your sinks?

Trailer showers are notorious for being the lowest pressure in the trailer and many have switched shower heads to an Oxygenics shower head. I did and it is better, especially at lower pressure parks. If you get one, stay away from the white one, get either the chrome or bronze as I have heard some say the white plastic one is prone to breaking more easily.
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Check it somewhere you know the water pressure is good, such as maybe your home spigot if you have good water pressure there. You don't say if it is bad throughout the trailer. How is the pressure at your sinks?

Trailer showers are notorious for being the lowest pressure in the trailer and many have switched shower heads to an Oxygenics shower head. I did and it is better, especially at lower pressure parks. If you get one, stay away from the white one, get either the chrome or bronze as I have heard some say the white plastic one is prone to breaking more easily.
Bought the Oxygenics crome shower head yesterday. WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a difference. Thank you thank you.
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