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Old 12-16-2012, 10:59 AM   #1
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Hose replacement in wet bay

Has anyone changed out the weak little shower head in the wet bay? Does not have enough pressure to really wash the dump hose and area like i would really want.
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No I havn't but I think it's the same size/fittings as the inside shower where I have my Oxygenics shower head- it works great!
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Pick up a 3/4" MHT x 1/2" MIP Hose Adapter at a hardware store. Remove the stock shower head and replace it with the fitting. That will allow you to use any hose end sprayer. I did this years ago. Very handy.
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Puttin is correct, it is the same as the inside shower. I changed the inside shower head and used it on the outside as the shower head because the outside one leaked.
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Has anyone tried those flexible,collapsable hoses
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As for those felexible collapsable hoses, they are not labeled for drinking water use and anything that looks like a snake im not havin anything to do with !
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