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Old 03-07-2016, 07:55 PM   #1
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Spray Away outside shower problem

I dewinterized yesterday and hit the road today...hooked up to city water at the campground and the pipe of the Spray-Away outside shower blew off from the water pressure. Unfortunately, I did not do a complete work over before leaving. I had the winterization done in the fall by a local rv dealer, but in retrospect, I wonder if there was exposure to freeze before winterization. There is little information online or in the installation instruction supplied with this Forester. (As an aside, the documentation that Forest River gave with the MH was woe-fully inadequate.....Had a Winnibago Navion before and the documetation was for the unit and was outstanding). Is there supposed to be an O-ring or threads or other way to attach the pipe? This unit is a straight pipe....no hot and cold connections.

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Old 03-08-2016, 10:37 AM   #2
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If this is the product you're talking about, they recommend replacement of the whole unit it the plastic is cracked or leaking.

Common Service Issues - DW Inc.

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