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Old 02-07-2015, 09:31 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by twoandahalfmarines View Post
We had the same problem in our 2015 Columbus 320RS. We did all the things mentioned here already and nothing worked. Nine months and two dealerships later we still had the same problem. We went to Lazy Days in FL just this week for some other warranty work and mentioned it. The tech fixed it in 2 minutes. Check your winterizing switch (one direction says "Winterizing" the other says "Normal".) Make sure it is in the right direction. If it is and you still have the problem (like we did) check to see that the switch was installed correctly. Ours was installed backwards. It showed "Normal" but was really in "Winterizing" mode. Tech removed and turned the switch to the correct direction and we now have normal water pressure and decent showers, finally! :-) Hope this helps.
What Winterizing Switch?
Are you talking about the water valve that is located near the water tank to add antifreeze for winterizing or the electric switch that you turn on for the Artic Pac pads?
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Old 02-07-2015, 10:15 AM   #12
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Our rigs may be configured differently. In my 2015 Columbus 320RS "Utility Convenience Center" where I hookup my water and the filter is located, there is a switch for winterizing. Here's a pic I found elsewhere on this forum (my FW is in storage at the moment) showing the switch in the top right corner of the photo:

When the switch is down and pointed inward it is "Normal" mode. Pointed up is in "Winterize" mode. In my case, the switch showed "Normal" but was actually in "Winterize" mode because the factory installed it backwards. If the switch is in wrong direction, water pressure is reduced, no matter what you try to do to increase it.

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