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Old 05-13-2022, 12:07 PM   #1
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HELP! No water pressure in RV

'03' Southwind 32VS. Woke to find no water from all outlets. Pulled filter from city water outlet and hose, checked city pressure (great) and reconnected less filter. Still none. Unhooked hose from city water input and was (flowing great). Checked filter at city water input (clean). Tested flow at faucets with water pump on (great flow). Turn pump ofd, nothing. What gives??? Thanks.
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Old 05-13-2022, 12:49 PM   #2
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City water Inlet .....
Screened washer clogged
Inlet Check Valve (inside inlet assembly) has failed
*Plunger cock-eyed, clogged or O-ring dislodged

With all water off (no hose, no pump) and pressure relieved (Open faucet hot/cold)
you maybe able to reset the plunger by pushing in on it and releasing
(small white tip in center of connection)
*just a plastic plunger/spring/o-ring
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Old 05-13-2022, 01:20 PM   #3
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reset the plunger???
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OKAY! Not fixed yet but I never knew there is a check valve. I figure this is the reason. I found a you tube video that shows how to remove and repair said valve. CHECK IT OUT...



Thanks. If not the issue, will let you know...
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