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Old 05-10-2020, 02:06 PM   #1
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Water flow after de-winterizing

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Today I hooked the hose up to the 5th wheel (30.5 MLOK Eagle HT) and checked for flow after the winter season. I had water flow everywhere ( hot & cold) except I only had a trickle from the kitchen sink.
Any ideas as to why? I have no leaks anywhere so I ruled out a frozen line over the winter. I'm thinking something is kinked???

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The lines in the camper are most likely PEX, this does not kink easily. I would look for a valve that’s not fully open as the cause of the problem.
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Did you check the aerator in the faucet outlet?
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Old 05-10-2020, 03:03 PM   #4
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I just did, It was the screen. Thank you!
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I just did, It was the screen. Thank you!
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I just did, It was the screen. Thank you!
Sounds like you have sediment in the lines. Iíd run water through ALL the lines and flush them out. Glad you got it figured out...
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