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Old 02-06-2016, 03:30 PM   #11
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I would not want a quick stopgap fix. I would want myself or someone to find out where the pipes are reversed and fix it as it should be.
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Old 02-06-2016, 04:46 PM   #12
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The change would have to be made after the point where the outside shower lines are connected. Probably PEX tubing, and a pair of SharkBite fittings would do the job easily. But really, you shouldn't have to pay anything and the dealer should take care of it.

Glad I nailed it for you Texanrebel, but sorry for your problems. At least you have hot and cold at all the faucets.
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I do not recall who had the sender issue, but they reported the pipes were crosses under the shower pan. I would think it would be hard to correct, but he said the dealer fixed it.

I see no issues with hot water going to the toilet.
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Old 02-06-2016, 05:13 PM   #14
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The thing im worried about is hot water going to toilet, would that hurt anything?
That NOT an issue. Seems like a "premium flush". They might charge extra for that!

Do you know for sure that hot water is going to the toilet?

My first guess is that they hooked up the sink faucet wrong and the hoses need to be swapped.
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Old 02-06-2016, 05:22 PM   #15
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Reversed hot and cold water lines... Those Amish craftsmen are such pranksters.
My guess would be Australians.
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When we flush the rv toilet, there is not enough water run to get hot water to it even if flushed several times.
It may not hurt but what's the point?
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Is it isolated with the Kitchen faucet ? Is the bath faucet and shower faucet correct? If so, then it is probably just lines under the sink switched and an easy fix. If all the interior water is reversed then a much more difficult fix possibly. Good Luck.
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Is it isolated with the Kitchen faucet ? Is the bath faucet and shower faucet correct? If so, then it is probably just lines under the sink switched and an easy fix. If all the interior water is reversed then a much more difficult fix possibly. Good Luck.
Everything but outside shower is backward, there is a easy fix in the bathroom so bathroom sink and kitchen sink would be correct
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