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Old 04-23-2015, 08:55 PM   #1
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Poor Water pressure 2014 Cedar Creek 38CK

I have a new 2014 Cedar Creek 38CK, with poor water pressure in both the kitchen and the shower. Hooked up to city water with a controlled regulator set @55 psi. And the water line has 70psi at the faucet. Shower wouldn't knock the soap off your face. Have switched and tried 3 other shower heads. Took out the water filter element. Took out the baffles in the shower head at the connecting point. I'm lost! Dealer says Cedar Creeks are known for no pressure? I've had a Laredo and a Wildcat - both had good shower water pressure. I've checked bypass valves..
Has anyone had similar issues? Help appreciated!
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Old 04-23-2015, 09:05 PM   #2
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Pull the hose off the faucet and clean out the debris and throw the metal restrictors in the garbage.
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Old 05-09-2015, 04:23 PM   #3
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unscrew strainers in outlets

we took our roo out and had only water in toilet. I traced all lines and then realized trash might be in strainers. Yep took them out and wa la water coming out all outlets.
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Try some of these suggestions mentioned above....we have a Cedar Creek Silverback 33RL and have never experienced water pressure issues.....don't think the dealer wants to help a customer....trash is usually the answer.
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