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Old 10-18-2012, 08:51 PM   #1
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My husband and I have a Winnebago Luxor Class A. We have been traveling for the past two and a half weeks. We have found that our water pressure is very low when connected to city water at any park. We have great pressure with our pump. Anyone have this issue and what can be done?
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Howdy and welcome to the forum! Here are a few previous threads on low water pressure, and what the problem might be. https://www.google.com/search?q=low+...earch=irv2.com
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Old 10-19-2012, 07:36 AM   #3
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Hi from South Dakota and WELCOME to iRV2.

Say.......it'll be VERY helpful and likely generate more help for you if ya kinda describe how you've got your water connection set up. For example, describe what ya have in line right from where you thread the water hose to the campground water bib (or faucet) to where you connect the other end into your rig. Size of hose might be important. Do you use one of those in line water pressure regulators (often brass) in line and if so describe this regulator. What, if any, water filter or filters do you have in line, etc. etc. As Sarah W pointed out, alot of this is often discussed under various topics and reading those can be helpful, but, describing your own specific set up is often more useful for guys like me who don't know a darn thing. It's all part of learning your rig.

Again, WELCOME.

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Could be a number of things on low city pressure, but usually something simple. Could you give us a little more information. Do you have a inline campground water pressure regulator? It could be the issue.
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Thank you for all the good responses. We are enroute now but will gather more information when we stop and will repost.
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