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Old 06-29-2016, 09:32 PM   #21
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The oxygen ICS decreases flow. It gives a darn nice shower while using less water and that's also good for a tankless system.
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Old 06-29-2016, 10:37 PM   #22
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Well, that's a shame........but if that device will increase water flow, and if water flow (pressure) is required to get me hot water, I'll get one.

Lots to choose from. Not sure of model to get........but will get one and try that. I'm pretty desperate on this hot water issue.
If I'm reading your post correctly you are at a very low pressure hookup? That has happened to us a couple of times. We just filled the fresh tank and used the pump. As far as the oxygenics shower head, we just bought the plain head, not the one with a bazillion settings. And I also have never seen a metal RV shower head. 10 days w/o hot water? My wife would of sold me and the trailer!!! LOL!!

If you still have problems after all the suggestions from everyone, call the tech line for your tankless manufacturer. You should not be having that problem!!! Good luck!!
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The oxygen ICS decreases flow. It gives a darn nice shower while using less water and that's also good for a tankless system.
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If I'm reading your post correctly you are at a very low pressure hookup? That has happened to us a couple of times. We just filled the fresh tank and used the pump. As far as the oxygenics shower head, we just bought the plain head, not the one with a bazillion settings. And I also have never seen a metal RV shower head. 10 days w/o hot water? My wife would of sold me and the trailer!!! LOL!!

If you still have problems after all the suggestions from everyone, call the tech line for your tankless manufacturer. You should not be having that problem!!! Good luck!!
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But....on fwt, pump on, the dsi/flt light comes on every single time. Meaning it won't light. But back on city water, it will.

Clearly something amiss.

Goshen techs can hopefully fix things. If not I'm all for a fire and insurance fraud.

(Not seriously....lol)
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Ok so we have a new River Stone on order right now( heard it is at the paint shop) and asked our factory rep about the difference in the lines, the higher end unit is the River Stone Legacy and some of the differences he pointed out to me are Walker tires on the River Stone not Good Years, not a full body paint just caps, electric brakes not electric over hydraulic disc brakes and no Bose sound system. The rest of the build should be the same but I think either will be nice and also liked the Champagne also.
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The oxygen ICS decreases flow. It gives a darn nice shower while using less water and that's also good for a tankless system.
Youroo and myself did a test on that shower head, it really uses more water then the standard, it was timed and measured the total volume of the output, to our surprise it used about a 1/4 more water but a stronger flow...
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Youroo and myself did a test on that shower head, it really uses more water then the standard, it was timed and measured the total volume of the output, to our surprise it used about a 1/4 more water but a stronger flow...
Oxygenics put out a max of 2 gpm at 80 psi. So at rv pressures it is probably between 1 and 1.5 gpm. So savings depends on what your original shower head was. I don't doubt your test one bit but I think the stronger water stream rinses you much faster so that is where some of the savings occurs during navy showers in my opinion. We use oxygenics in the house and the rv and just love them!!
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Oxygenics put out a max of 2 gpm at 80 psi. So at rv pressures it is probably between 1 and 1.5 gpm. So savings depends on what your original shower head was. I don't doubt your test one bit but I think the stronger water stream rinses you much faster so that is where some of the savings occurs during navy showers in my opinion. We use oxygenics in the house and the rv and just love them!!
Oh I like them to so much better then what a Rockwood comes with, we also do Navy Showers, but it still uses more water then what the original head used. So the point of saving water is broken myth, but it will increase the pressure making it easier to wash long hair. If you have long hair you have to love it, it will get that soap out fast...You do make a good point about saving water because it's a better spray, but that is not what they advertize. It's still the best shower head for an RV..
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