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Old 08-27-2019, 05:58 PM   #1
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Can these two spray ports be used on city water. Never tried using either one of them so thought I should ask............I'm always hooked up to city water.
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The one in the docking station will work on city or pump. The other I don't have so I don't know. I would assume both would work on city and pump.


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Old 08-27-2019, 06:32 PM   #3
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Can these two spray ports be used on city water. Never tried using either one of them so thought I should ask............I'm always hooked up to city water.
They both work on city and pump.
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On the non docking station port can the water temperature be adjusted?
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They will both work on city water or the pump.
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On the non docking station port can the water temperature be adjusted?
I'm sure that one is just cold water. It's nice to have a second one on the passenger side. I'll have to give them a try today.
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I'm sure that one is just cold water. It's nice to have a second one on the passenger side. I'll have to give them a try today.
Both work like a charm on city water. The passenger side port is just for cold water. Thanks for all the replies!!
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Both work like a charm on city water. The passenger side port is just for cold water. Thanks for all the replies!!


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Dargo, that happens when you get to be my age
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Yes really like the spray port by the door. We use it all the time to spray off the sand after coming back from the beach.
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I hooked my hose up to the one on the water connection board the day I got my camper and have not been able to disconnect it since. The hose just stays coiled up in there now, but we do use it all the time.
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I hooked my hose up to the one on the water connection board the day I got my camper and have not been able to disconnect it since. The hose just stays coiled up in there now, but we do use it all the time.
I had the very same problem on my North Point. I had to damn near pull the side of the docking station off to get it out. Then I put a slight bit of vaseline on the male end of the hose and it improved it considerably.
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I had same problem - I figured out that the washer and nut on back side were hand tightened, which caused the issue of not being able to disconnect. After reseating the connection, and properly tightening - the hose disconnects just fine.
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This entire discussion has me thinking on just how HANDY a faucet would be on my door side.... it’s exactly what the outside kitchen is missing.... there are hot and cold lines piped to that side of the basement, for the washer connection. Mine are the low point drains, and are capped. I could stub out from there.... this modification idea has POTENTIAL!!!!
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This entire discussion has me thinking on just how HANDY a faucet would be on my door side.... itís exactly what the outside kitchen is missing.... there are hot and cold lines piped to that side of the basement, for the washer connection. Mine are the low point drains, and are capped. I could stub out from there.... this modification idea has POTENTIAL!!!!
This could be attached to the side of your TT very that special touch

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Should the one with the faucet handles hot and cold work? When I turn cold on cold water comes out but when I turn the hot nothing comes out?? I looked under it and itís plumbed with red pex. Is there a shutoff inside for the hot side of the faucet? I have a 2018 Precept 31ul
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Should the one with the faucet handles hot and cold work? When I turn cold on cold water comes out but when I turn the hot nothing comes out?? I looked under it and itís plumbed with red pex. Is there a shutoff inside for the hot side of the faucet? I have a 2018 Precept 31ul
Is there possibly a shut off valve on the hot water side that is closed?
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I traced the hot up until it disappears into the floor and no valves. Don’t see any under the bathroom sink unless it’s behind the door that you have to unscrew under the sink
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I traced the hot up until it disappears into the floor and no valves. Donít see any under the bathroom sink unless itís behind the door that you have to unscrew under the sink
I would disconnect the hot water connection to the faucet and see if you are getting water to the faucet. If you are than I would take the faucet handle and valve seat out to see if the problem is there.
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