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Old November 30th 05, 05:37 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Richard
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I have a carver crystal water system with an in-line pressure switch in the
main feed line. The hot and cold feeds separate taps in the washroom (basin
and shower unit) and a mixer tap in the kitchen sink ..... which is the
longest run from the pressure switch location.

Tried to re-fill the system today. Hot and cold water to washroom basin is
fine and pressure switch operates ok. Hot and cold water to shower is fine
and pressure switch operates ok. However, _both_ the hot and cold water to
the kitchen sink (which are separate pipes to the mixer tap) only produce a
trickle of water.

Any ideas ......... Richard


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Old December 1st 05, 01:01 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Peter K L Milnes
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Default Water system problem

Either a kink in the supply pipes to kitchen or the taps have become blocked
with gunge. Most likely the pipes need to be cleaned and purified.

All the best, Peter.


"Richard" wrote in message
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I have a carver crystal water system with an in-line pressure switch in the
main feed line. The hot and cold feeds separate taps in the washroom (basin
and shower unit) and a mixer tap in the kitchen sink ..... which is the
longest run from the pressure switch location.

Tried to re-fill the system today. Hot and cold water to washroom basin is
fine and pressure switch operates ok. Hot and cold water to shower is fine
and pressure switch operates ok. However, _both_ the hot and cold water to
the kitchen sink (which are separate pipes to the mixer tap) only produce
a trickle of water.

Any ideas ......... Richard



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Old December 1st 05, 01:01 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Peter K L Milnes
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Default Water system problem

Either a kink in the supply pipes to kitchen or the taps have become blocked
with gunge. Most likely the pipes need to be cleaned and purified.

All the best, Peter.


"Richard" wrote in message
...
I have a carver crystal water system with an in-line pressure switch in the
main feed line. The hot and cold feeds separate taps in the washroom (basin
and shower unit) and a mixer tap in the kitchen sink ..... which is the
longest run from the pressure switch location.

Tried to re-fill the system today. Hot and cold water to washroom basin is
fine and pressure switch operates ok. Hot and cold water to shower is fine
and pressure switch operates ok. However, _both_ the hot and cold water to
the kitchen sink (which are separate pipes to the mixer tap) only produce
a trickle of water.

Any ideas ......... Richard



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Old December 1st 05, 03:34 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Richard
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Default Water system problem


"Peter K L Milnes" wrote in message
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Either a kink in the supply pipes to kitchen or the taps have become
blocked with gunge. Most likely the pipes need to be cleaned and purified.

All the best, Peter.


The feed pipes are transparent and look as clear as a bell ..... I'll get on
the case next week.

Thanks ......... Richard


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Old December 1st 05, 03:34 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Richard
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Default Water system problem


"Peter K L Milnes" wrote in message
...
Either a kink in the supply pipes to kitchen or the taps have become
blocked with gunge. Most likely the pipes need to be cleaned and purified.

All the best, Peter.


The feed pipes are transparent and look as clear as a bell ..... I'll get on
the case next week.

Thanks ......... Richard


 



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