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Old 09-12-2015, 04:28 PM   #1
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Hi all you experts, I am in need of your expertise. We are currently on a 12 day trip up to the Black hills of South Dakota and I have a water pressure problem on my 2011 Journey. I have good pressure to the kitchen sink, toilet and shower, but the bath sink has very little pressure at all. I am hooked to the RV park water and still the water is hardly running to the bathroom sink. Are there any valves I don't know about that may have vibrated closed? I have looked at everything I can think of and I'm at a loss. Hoping someone out there has run into this before......Thanks......
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Try checking the bathroom faucet screen to see if it is plugged with debris.
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Hi all you experts, I am in need of your expertise. We are currently on a 12 day trip up to the Black hills of South Dakota and I have a water pressure problem on my 2011 Journey. I have good pressure to the kitchen sink, toilet and shower, but the bath sink has very little pressure at all. I am hooked to the RV park water and still the water is hardly running to the bathroom sink. Are there any valves I don't know about that may have vibrated closed? I have looked at everything I can think of and I'm at a loss. Hoping someone out there has run into this before......Thanks......

If there is a screen filter on the end of your faucet, it may be blocked with debris.


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Thanks guys, something so simple, makes me feel like and idiot. It's running like a new one now.....Thanks again.....
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And there you have it-- two things demonstrated: the value of iRV2, and the difference between pressure and flow. Glad you're all set!
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Been there done that. Something we use to keep some of gunk out of our water supply is put a filter on the campground faucet. Helps keep the gunk out.
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