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Old 04-16-2012, 09:36 AM   #11
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We've had our 32 RCTS about 3 weeks and have not seen this problem. I'm wondering if u correlate the poor flow to the position of black button on the facet head. Or try removing the head entirely.

We are still experimenting with ours. It is a pretty fancy kitchen sink by our standards.

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Old 07-05-2012, 07:12 AM   #12
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Thumbs up Water pressure

I'm new to the forum, but I have been lurking around trying to figure out how to work some of the kinks to our new 2013 Shamrock 23SS. My first main issure was water pressure in both the kitchen and the bathroom sinks (showers were livable). The first outing was at a Army Corp campground so I chaulked it up to park pressure - but this week I'm at a private park where I know the pressure to be very good....

Anyway, long and short of it - took the aerators off both sinks and as stated here several times there was bits and pieces of piping ect. from assembly - also there were 4 screens in each.... I removed all but one screen and put everything back together.... working GREAT! I can't imaging that I need 4 screens in a faucet....

Thanks for all the insight and help on getting this one done!!

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Old 07-05-2012, 09:16 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by f1100turbo View Post
just because its new and you have never had water in it
doesn't mean the factory didn't run water through it. They more than likely filled hw heater to check operation.
Also if you had a good dealer he should have also ran water through it.
During pdi then should have ran water in the system to show you operations such as
water pump,hw heater,toilet,faucets, and showers.
when they install all the plumbing who knows what saw dust
And plastic particles are in those lines only to be flushed to your strainers.
did they show you were your water filter was?
Take a look at the bottom of the filter canister and see if there's not allready sediments there.
Good luck! Happy camping
Not really,puchased our unit in the cold months. Factory used (AIR) pressure to check H/C water system. No water check for the F/W tank or the F/W pump. Cold outside temps,no check on these at PDI either. No pink A/F in system,just AIR pressure. When warm temp came filled F/W tank,water on top of the enclosed under belly from leaking F/W tank,and the F/W pump didnt work either! Both replaced. Time of year ,makes a difference! Youroo!!
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Old 08-26-2012, 06:00 PM   #14
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Poor water pressure in kitchen "cold only"

I have 2011 SIERRA 300 RL. WAter pressure everywhere is ok... With exception of cold water in kitchen. Cold is terrible. Have changed out filter.
Thinking of taking a part faucet but doesn't Mae spence if hot water is ok? Any suggestions???

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