I hooked my hose to the water inlet on my trailer today for the first time in a lonnnnng time. Mistake. With "city" pressure, I was getting trickles and dirt coming out of the faucets. I'm guessing that some of Florida's wonderful critters got in there and clogged the regulator. I pulled the two shut off valves just after the regulator, and hooked my air hose to the water inlet outside the trailer. With air pressure through the line, I was barely getting enough air flow to blow out a match. Water is getting through very slowly. Is there a cleanout for the regulator?
The picture below shows what looks like two areas that might be able to be removed. I don't want to fool with it without some knowledge of what to expect. I do get water to the kitchen sink, but once the faucet is opened, it surges and drains out. Definitely not enough water pressure coming through. Oh, and the first few times I got any water through the lines, I got tons of junk in the screens. I took them off of the bath sink and kit. sink for better flow.
And is that a pressure relief valve just below it? It is missing something on top. It doesn't leak. I don't have any plumbing leaks... fortunately.
I checked previous posts and saw that others have had a clogging problem, but no one really explained the solution. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!