Originally Posted by Laura
no, but, I need very little cool water to make it feel the right temp.
140 degrees is usually quite hot and you need to mix a fair amount of hot and cold together to get it cool enough to shower under. I even like an extra hot shower (for my luscious long flowing mane).
I wonder if your water just isn't hot enough and there's an issue somewhere...
Does the Atwood have a water mixing valve built in that it brings in some cold to the hot to extend it's usage?
Do you possibly have a winterization valve partially open? Or another faucet (like your outside shower) that have the knobs on, but the button pushed to off on the showerhead itself?
Have you thought about changing out the showerhead for higher pressure that uses less water like an Oxygenics showerhead? And, are you practicing the "Navy Shower" concept where you turn off the water between steps?