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Old 08-29-2004, 07:10 PM   #1
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No water to sink or bath

New to AS. Connected house water to unit but water is not getting to sink or bath. Manual just says to connect and turn water on?????????

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Old 08-29-2004, 08:52 PM   #2
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No water flow

Good chance that sediment in the bottom of your hot water heater has been stirred up and plugged up the screens in the faucet and the bath shower head. I would not have thought it would happen until I saw it in a post last year and sometime afterwards I had no water flowing in these areas. I cleaned the screen off the faucet and water started flowing with chunks of stuff coming out. The screen in the hose to the shower head was also plugged. Camping World has a tank wand that you poke into the tank drain hole to blast it out.


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Old 08-29-2004, 09:56 PM   #3
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Check the basic things first.

There is a shut off valve just fore of the water inlet. You do have that open, right?

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Found the problem in plugged filter screen in regulator.
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No water to tub

Got my 75 31' Sovereign - rear bath/ center twin, back in January and finally working on getting things going. After filling the tank, turning about 5 or 6 shutoff valves back on, I still can't turn on the bath/shower water. All other taps work. Maybe I missed one? The previous owner inherited it, and never did get this tap to work. There don't appear to be leaks and and the tap to the bath/shower may not be original. Looks like a typical house bath 'pull/push to turn on' tap. I haven't tried the plugged issues as written above, but then all my other taps work. Could that still be the issue?
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