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Old 01-04-2019, 07:34 PM   #15
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The on board water pump will not supply water if the city pressure is above I think 40 psi. So having the on board water pump on will not give more water pressure than I think around 55 psi. Always turn water off in house and trailer when not home. Water lines fail
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What he said.
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I never leave the pump turned on unless I'm using it.
I guess I got in the habit from boating days.

As an option, if you're unhappy with the shower, try the Oxygenics shower head. It gets great reviews while being stingy on water.
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I have had both an RV and a houseboat for over 35 years. Our policy has always been to use the pump only on both, and keep the water tank full. A running pump gets your attention and faucets not completely turned off or a leak can be found at once. No problem with water pressure this way either.
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