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Old 11-10-2020, 03:13 PM   #1
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Question Kitchen Sink not working in 2020 Minnie Winnie

Hi, We just purchased a Used 2020 Winnebago Minnie Winnie WF331K. The Kitchen Sink is not working with the pump or city water the shower bathroom vanity sink and toilet work fine; the dealer we purchased it from is over 130 miles away from us they did Pre-Delivery Inspection, and they said everything was tested. They said they did a pressure test on the water lines we did hear a big air popping sound in the shower when we turn it on, but no hot or cold water work on the Kitchen Sink any help would be appreciated
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I don't know what kind of faucet it has. Might be one of those that the handle has to be tilted out then moved back and forth?
If not the problem check for cutoffs under the sink.


I'm sure its simple.
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Old 11-10-2020, 04:19 PM   #3
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Hi, Thanks for the replay unfortunately there are no cutoffs under the sink here is a photo of the Sink

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try to clean strainer on outlet of faucet if plugged it would effect both hot and cold. just happened to me when winterizing and I've been a plumber for over 40 years
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That looks like the pull out lever type i was talking about. Did you pull out the lever and then move it up or down?
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Agree with both of the other members, are you pulling the lever to the right, then you move it back and forth for hot and cold? Also the aerator can get clogged up with sediment. I install faucets all the time, and I usually remove the aeratsor before I turn the water on the first time. If you don't, you can get it clogged with sediment.
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I would clean the aerator first. Been there had to do that.
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X2 on the aerator screen.

Ours was so plugged up that not a drop came out of the kitchen faucet .

Pulled it , cleaned the screens , works fine now.

Easy $0 cost fix !
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Hi thank you everybody we found the problem we didn't realize it was a pop out Faucet we popped the lever out and then turned left and right in the water now runs we appreciate all the help our previous motorhomes did not have such a fancy faucet
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