Water pressure loss...
While enjoying our last weekend excursion, our sink water pressure pooped out. We had great pressure when first hooked up, but then it tapered to a trickle for the rest of the weekend. I checked as much as I could (without taking all the inside plumbing apart).
The hose bib, filter, and hose ran great all by themselves, I pulled the screen at the trailer inlet thinking it might be clogged, no dice, it was clean also. I noticed what appeared to be a 'check ball' in the inlet behind the screen (sorry bad pic)...does that belong there? Or did it migrate from the faucet causing the pressure problem? I pushed it with a small screwdriver and water started to drain back out of the system, the subsequent release of the ball and the water stopped draining.
The faucet started to make a wierd noise when the water did run...and it sounded like air trapped somewhere- almost like that ball was vibrating rapidly.
Before I attempt to tear the faucet assembly apart, can the faucet be dismantled and put back together? Or is it a sealed assembly? This faucet is a double pumper if you will- you can 'pump' water (pushing up & down repeatedly) from a storage tank (no longer there) or just push down for city water.
Camping is just a relaxing way to practice for being homeless. :Flag:
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