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Old 08-26-2013, 08:28 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Firefighter969 View Post
I went to the RV water store and purchased the 263A and very happy with it. I think it made a big difference I have mine set at 60 psi and have had no problems. I am thinking about getting the Oxygenics shower head not sure when.
X2. The Watts units are very good as is the RVWATERFILTERSTORE
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Old 09-04-2013, 08:04 PM   #12
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Hey guys, are any of you still watching this post? Help! I had a 2005 Flagstaff FW and always had low water pressure. Now, we just bought 2010 Sandpiper and have the same low pressure issue. I have good pressure at the end of my hose before I plug it into my FW. I go inside and the water pressure is silly slow. I've owned multiple motorhomes and never had this issue. I know all the filter, pressure regulator and strainer tricks...checked them all and nothing increases the pressure. Since both my FWs are manufactured by Forest River, I wonder if it has something to do with the way they design their water systems. Does anyone have an ideas? I would buy an Oxygenics shower head if I had decent pressure at the kitchen sink. But the pressure there is horrible too.

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