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Old 01-28-2016, 04:02 PM   #1
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kitchen sink water stopped

on the road....no water, just a dribble at kitchen sink...2015 Greyhawk 29mv...
water is fine at shower and bathroom...
Yes, pull out flex hose not kinked, checked hose filters...the little screens there on hose are clean....
going to blow out the hose with air next from the sink ...
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Did you check the aerator screen at the faucet tap?
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yes..always clean that little acreen........no change...blowing out line backwards from sink seems to have helped a tiny bit with water flow...could there be any scteens/filters on tankless heater or elsewhere...
Don't think it is a whole house filter thing as we have good water flow everywhere but kitchen sink...
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I am not sure about yours, but my Seneca will do that if the water heater bypass valves are in the wrong position.
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thanks..could the tankless water heater valves or something been jarred partly closed...we were on some rough I-5 hiway...with some jarring bumps...it was fine that morning and when we stopped last night...bingo, sink water pressure gone...
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If hot water problem at heater or anywhere in the line, it seems cold water would have good flow. I'd keep looking at area in faucet ,where water mixes or in stem.
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I think it sounds like some construction debris in a line somewhere dislodged and is impeding the flow. You may have to remove the cold water input to the kitchen faucet nd see if you can flush the line.

That's what I would do.
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on the road....no water, just a dribble at kitchen sink...2015 Greyhawk 29mv...
water is fine at shower and bathroom...
Yes, pull out flex hose not kinked, checked hose filters...the little screens there on hose are clean....
going to blow out the hose with air next from the sink ...
any thoughts, thanks.
Steve
We had the same problem with our Travel Trailer. It turned out to be some malfunction or blockage where the sink sprayer hose connects to the faucet. Instead of turning off the water at the faucet and diverting the spray the hose when you use the hose, it somehow just turned off the water at the faucet all the time and diverted nothing to the hose either.

I ended up just buying a new regular kitchen sink faucet (for a S&B sink) and putting that in. Problem solved.
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We had the same problem with our Travel Trailer. It turned out to be some malfunction or blockage where the sink sprayer hose connects to the faucet. Instead of turning off the water at the faucet and diverting the spray the hose when you use the hose, it somehow just turned off the water at the faucet all the time and diverted nothing to the hose either.

I ended up just buying a new regular kitchen sink faucet (for a S&B sink) and putting that in. Problem solved.
I think it's called a diverter valve. That's why I suggested removing the cold line then pressurize the water system to see if it is flowing before the faucet. That will give him a direction to go.
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Do you have the same problem with both city water hook-up and using freshwater tank?
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thanks everyone....even with the sprayer nozzle off of kitchen hose...flow still is liw...after blowing that line out with air it pushed water back to bath sink...and flow got a bit better...but not much...
I think replacing that whole faucet as someone mentioned may be my next step.
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