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  1. 2004 keystone cougar. Just recently our water pressure has been super low, hardly existent. We thought maybe it was frozen pipes, but we disconnected the pipe that goes into our 5th wheel and water came spurting out. When we turn the faucet on theres a quick spurt like we have good water pressure, then it goes to hardly coming out. We havent done anything differently. The only thing I can think of is I was moving stuff around in the under carriage and moved something up against the small tubes underneath. But I'm pretty sure the parts of the tubes it brushed against weren't valves that managed the pressure. What could be wrong and where is all the water going that's coming from the hose connection?
  2. 1999 Coachman 252 RKS (all OG components)… OK, I have a tough one for you!!! Water Pipe/Pump/Flow related for all you plumbing experts. Up to two days ago EVERYTHING was working PERFECTLY…Water Pressure, the Pump, City Water Hook-Up, Hot Water, ETC…EVERYTHING. The Problem: I have COLD water & pressure coming out of the COLD side of the sink/valve in the Bathroom Sink and on the Bath Tub…NO Hot Water side PRESSURE?!?! When the HOT side is open, NOTHING comes out?! That is perplexing enough and can be trouble shot for hours alone, BUT, I have NEITHER HOT OR COLD in the Kitchen Sink to top it all off?!? What I have done so far: Heated all of the lines (just in case, as it has been cold…ALTHOUGH, this does NOT explain the Kitchen sink NOT working ALL TOGETHER (there should still be cold), but I do hear some air from the Kitchen sink, but water never comes… I have checked for leaks and found NOTHING. I have reset the pump (although it still sounds fine and pushes the cold to the bath tub & bathroom sink. I have emptied the Hot Water Heater tank and checked the pressure valve, and have bypassed it (two valve set up). I have hooked up to city water (hose) and run the tank at the same time which ONLY gives MORE pressure to where the water flows. I have tried with the hot water heater on AND off. I have checked the aerators and they are clear. I have checked the inputs on the pump and hot water heater and they are clear. I am at a loss, but don’t want to take her in, lol… ANY ideas?
  3. Hi All, Well my Volvo broke down on the side of the road for the first time a couple weeks ago. The coolant pipes that feed the cab and sleeper heaters ruptured. Anyone replaced this part? I am having a hell of a time with it! First, I figured out that I had to remove the front shock absorber to get enough clearance. Of course the top and bottom bolts were rusted. Even my 1" impact was no match. Ended up having to cut them off with a cutoff wheel. Anyways... I am finally trying to put the truck back to together and it seems that the Dorman 936-5502 aftermarket part doesnt fit very well. It is quite a bit bigger than the OEM part. The Dorman site claims it fits. They even boast that they improved on the OEM design by making it out of stainless. https://www.1aauto.com/volvo-vhd-vn-vnl-bunkhouse-heater-tube-dorman-936-5502/i/dmhcm00001 I am so tempted to just run a pair of 7/8 heater hose and do away with the pipe completely. Anyone else have any experience to share?
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