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Old 06-09-2011, 09:52 PM   #11
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First time out last week in new RV and after many years of camping, blaming lack of water pressure in my camper for not having a good shower in my RV, I loved it. I like the fact that it seemed to me like a shower at home. To me it preformed exactly as described in the advertising you read about it. I even tried the shower head that came with camper and the pressure of the shower fell dramitcally. I didn't believe at first it would make a difference but Me, wife, and three teenage boys all agreed well worth the money.
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Old 06-09-2011, 09:53 PM   #12
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I'm guessing this is the one?


And yes that is the one
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Old 06-09-2011, 10:14 PM   #13
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We have one and both the dw and I love it. Seems to have more water flow than the old one did. Ernie
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I took the flow restrictor out of the shower head that came with trailer.
What a differance it makes.
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We have one also and love it, I went the local hardware store and got a push button shut off that screwed on first than the shower head tah way yu can stop the flow of water if you need to.
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I did the same thing WELLCRAFT.
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Push button shutoff, good idea. We never had a hot water problem so we never had to shut the water off. But it was hot and past experience, summer shower hot water issues never a problem, winter time hot water issues you have to be more conservative.
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I took the flow restrictor out of the shower head that came with trailer.
What a differance it makes.
I didn't know there was one. I need to take a closer look:hihi::hihi::hihi:
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we both had trouble getting wet.
Time to come off your diet!!
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Time to come off your diet!!
Or maybe take showers one at a time!
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