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Old 03-22-2016, 09:28 AM   #61
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Can you tell me what the make/model of the awning is on your 330RSTS? Also, do you have a pic with it extended? Thx.
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Old 03-22-2016, 12:27 PM   #62
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Can you tell me what the make/model of the awning is on your 330RSTS? Also, do you have a pic with it extended? Thx.
It is a Dometic 9100.

Mfg # 916FT16.501UL

Here are some photos with it extended.

Hope this helps.
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Old 04-12-2016, 10:21 PM   #63
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Just installed my Oxygenics Shower Head.

WOW. What a difference. One of the best upgrades to the TT so far.

Before, the water would barely reach two feet past the head. Now, it shoots all the way across the full size shower to the bench seat.
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We found it to be THE best "bang for the buck" upgrade we ever did.

We also seem to be able to take a bit longer showers before the hot water is gone as well.
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Old 04-13-2016, 07:42 PM   #65
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We found it to be THE best "bang for the buck" upgrade we ever did.

We also seem to be able to take a bit longer showers before the hot water is gone as well.
I am going to take my fist shower with it tonight. When I was installing it, the factory hose had a restricter orifice in the line. I took it out. Not sure how much that improved the flow but I am glad I did.

I think I watched a video where they seem to use the same amount of water, but if you have to run the water twice as long because there is not enough pressure to rinse your hair or body, then I could see how it could speed up the shower process so one could enjoy it longer. Heck, I would turn the old head upside down to wash the soap off of it, and it would barely shoot up an inch in this position. It was sad.
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Old 04-13-2016, 08:32 PM   #66
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We learned quickly that with the stronger stream that the Oxygenics provided (given the same amount of water being fed to the head as the stock one), we were now able to just barely turn on the hot water to get a minimal stream out of the Oxygenics head and then use the cold to moderate the water temperature to a comfortable level while also creating a nice, strong shower.


With the stock head, it seemed we had to turn both hot and cold up almost all the way to get the same result which seemed to drain the hot water tank much more quickly. We also left the restrictor in and it didn't seem to lessen the enjoyment of our showers in the least. Now if your looking for a "power washer" shower, then you might have to turn it up all the way! :-)
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That "restrictor" is actually a check valve to prevent back siphoning.
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That "restrictor" is actually a check valve to prevent back siphoning.
I will try to remember to take a picture of it. It has no valving. It is just an orifice plate. And I do not see how anything could back siphon because it is after the hot and cold water taps.
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I will try to remember to take a picture of it. It has no valving. It is just an orifice plate. And I do not see how anything could back siphon because it is after the hot and cold water taps.
I must be thinking of something else. The anti-siphon valve is a little cartridge that fits inside the handle where the hose screws on.

You can create a back flow when the water pressure suddenly cuts out, the valves are open, and the shower head is immersed in tub water. It may not seem like a big deal but it is enough of one plumbing codes require it.
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Planted some herbs and flowers. I love to cook and fresh herbs are a must.
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