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Old 11-18-2021, 07:44 PM   #1
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Water Pump Problem

The water flow in the bathroom sink and toilet is very slow. A new problem that just started on this outing. The sink and shower seem to be normal? Any ideas on what could cause this??
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Pull the filter off the sink faucet and have a look. They will clog up at times.
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Some RV toilets have screens on water supply inlet
Aerators on end of faucets clog
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That helped the sink. Found small white crystals in the screen. Now I am trying to figure out how to access the toilet nozzle.
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That helped the sink. Found small white crystals in the screen. Now I am trying to figure out how to access the toilet nozzle.
Turn off water supply
Disconnect water line to toilet...check for 'debris' inside the water valve (or screen if it has one)
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Turn off water supply
Disconnect water line to toilet...check for 'debris' inside the water valve (or screen if it has one)
Any updates? My pressure is worse at sink/toilet/shower as well.

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Any updates? My pressure is worse at sink/toilet/shower as well.

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