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Old 08-05-2012, 10:38 AM   #1
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I have a wierd problem ith my bathroom sink water. The water smells like sulphur water but nowhere else in the RV. I changed the water filter, ran bleach in the water and thru the lines but I still get the smell from the bathroon sink faucet.



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did you check your p traps? Is the smell just when running water or at all times?
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Let water flow in tour hands and smell your hands ; iff it smells sulfur then its in your clean water pipes ; you put pure javel water in all your pi..pes and leave it there 24 hours. If your hands dont smell sulfur, then it is in the sewer pipes....you put javel water in the drain and put the cap on it for 24 hous Always put your water tank in bypass to keep javel water (chlorine) from going in the water tank. The problem is brown alguae look it on internet.
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