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Old 10-23-2013, 12:57 AM   #1
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OK, what do you call this thing??

And where can I buy one?? I have googled till my fingers hurt.




I managed to break it.
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It's called a "hose guide ring"

Here's one:
https://www.rvpartscountry.com/mobil...-_p_14196.html

They are not the most stout piece of equipment in the typlical RV bath...I removed the one I had and filled the holes. But, it does keep the hose from swinging on the road.

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Thank you!! I saw those online but they don't look exactly like the junk that is in our shower. (OK, I'll admit that I use that thing as a bracket to hold the showerhead lower; I'm a shorty. ) Now I need to measure the distance between the holes and hope for the best. I appreciate the help!
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Sarah,

While ordering shower parts, why not add a second wall mounted shower head support. That way you can mount yours at your height and hubby can have the other. Or splurge for an adjustable model and everyone can be wet where they want.

Amazon.com: Duro-Med Adjustable Height Sliding Shower, Silver: Home Improvement
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Good idea, Barb!
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It's a "dothingamabobber" attached to the "whatchamacallit". Or something like that.
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Believe it or not, it functions as a anti-siphon device by stopping the shower head to dip into any water in the tub. I took ours out.
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Believe it or not, it functions as a anti-siphon device by stopping the shower head to dip into any water in the tub. I took ours out.
Hmmmm. We don't have a tub!!
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It's a "dothingamabobber" attached to the "whatchamacallit". Or something like that.
There you go, getting all technical again!! Everyone knows the generic term is "thingy."
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There you go, getting all technical again!! Everyone knows the generic term is "thingy."
A bobber attached to a thingy could be taken the wrong way.
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It's a whatsits. I took ours out and just lay our Oxygenics on a wash cloth on the floor when traveling.
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It's a shower head whach a ma call it. It's just a small one probably costing a mere 74.99 at any shop. Labor extra.
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Sarah,

While ordering shower parts, why not add a second wall mounted shower head support. That way you can mount yours at your height and hubby can have the other. Or splurge for an adjustable model and everyone can be wet where they want.

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I bought a Quick Stepper Folding Step Stool 300lb Capacity | eBay but from our local DIY store canadian tire. I got the one we have for $4.99 and DW stands on it to adjust shower height. Nuff Said.
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I bought a Quick Stepper Folding Step Stool 300lb Capacity | eBay but from our local DIY store canadian tire. I got the one we have for $4.99 and DW stands on it to adjust shower height. Nuff Said.
Be careful with those, we have an ex-friend that had one break under him and topple over a retaining wall. Caused the ankle to snap in several places and he's had several surgeries as a result. Last we had heard he hadn't sued because their attorney says the company isn't worth enough to satisfy a judgment.
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