Water Pressure & Pump?
Fulltimers with a whole week under our belt now! We're near Porter, OK, after an exciting week in Nashville, complete with tornado warnings and flooded roadways in the campground.
Our water pressure in Nashville at the KOA was so-so, but we got by. Added an Oxygenics showerhead, and that helped a good deal in the bathroom. We're getting really low pressure through the faucets at the park in Oklahoma now, and I'm not sure what to check. The pressure at the tap seems not bad, but we're not getting much in the faucets or shower.
Before we left Nashville, we added some water to the fresh water tank, so we'd have some while overnighting at a Cracker Barrel or Walmart. If I now turn on the water pump, I get a little more pressure at the faucet. Do I need to have the pump on all the time now, since I have water in the tank?
I've got the water inlet set to "City," and the bypass valves all set to "Normal." Wondering what else I might be missing or need to do. I've checked for restrictors on the faucets, and nothing seems obvious.
Bob Mueller | Fulltiming family of 9 since Feb 2011
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