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Old 07-23-2015, 06:38 PM   #11
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X2 Seems to be a recurrent theme lately
Thanks for all the replies; I sincerely appreciate it. First thing I did was check the aerator screens. There are 2. They looked as clean and new as you would expect for a new faucet. I guess I'm going to have to take it to an RV service place. Thanks again.

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Good luck-Be sure to share when they correct it
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Old 07-23-2015, 07:50 PM   #13
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Since there are 2 water lines going to the kitchen sink, hot & cold, I agree with the aerator idea.


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If it the mixer valve those can bugger up easier than the aerator. Get wild, take the pressure out of the system and unhook a line from the faucet, under the sink, get a rag and a bucket and flip the pump on SEE WHAT YOU GET.
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Old 07-23-2015, 09:28 PM   #15
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its in the aerator.I do pdi's everyday( forest river tech) - take out the aerator ,turn on the water pump -run it without the aerator. then take the little plastic aerator and blow on it or use air to do it.
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Had same thing happen to me it was the faucet took it apart and cleaned it up works great
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Old 07-23-2015, 11:45 PM   #17
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its in the aerator.I do pdi's everyday( forest river tech) - take out the aerator ,turn on the water pump -run it without the aerator. then take the little plastic aerator and blow on it or use air to do it.
Okay! That's what I'm going to try again! Wish me luck; I sure hope it works. Again, thanks everybody, and I will let you know.
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Old 07-24-2015, 10:01 AM   #18
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Just cleaned my kichen sink aerator two weeks ago.
It's 5 years old and still gets debris in it.

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I think a lot of campgrounds still have a lot of steel water lines. I've had water filters full of rust and scalings from them so I use a water filter at hydrant and the one in the rv this seems to make the more expensive one in rv last longer.
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its in the aerator.I do pdi's everyday( forest river tech) - take out the aerator ,turn on the water pump -run it without the aerator. then take the little plastic aerator and blow on it or use air to do it.
I agree that is the most logical pace for the blockage. If removing them you still can't get water then you need to remove the water lines. Not having hot or cold leads me to believe the problem is with the faucet. If there is water with the lines disconnected it is a problem with the faucet.

Is this a faucet with a joy stick (one handle) or does it have hot and cold valves? If you have water in the lines and it is a joy stick look at the handle. It should have a set screw in the base of it, the round part of the handle. There should be a set screw in it that may have come loose or fell out. If it is there make sure it is tight. If it is loose or missing you can move the handle all day and get no water.

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I had a very similar problem in my new 2015 Lacrosse. Drove me nuts until I read on this forum that all I had to do was take of the faucet on the kitchen tap then look at the strainer you'll see lots of little plastic pieces pretty much plastic shavings stuck in there. Plus I had to take apart the little plastic strainer. IE where the water comes out of the tap that's what needed to come off on mine.
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