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Old 10-03-2009, 09:02 AM   #21
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My pump and valve is located right behind the water heater thru an access panel in the hallway.
Our is accessed from outside. Do you mean the valve may be half closed?
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Old 10-03-2009, 10:36 PM   #22
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I think the post that was referring to something being half-way off was the little silver pin that goes through the shower head handle ( where you can adjust the flow on the shower without turning the main knobs ) ,,I think that's what he was talking about,,,,,,,,,,and as for your ac,,,you don't need and shouldn't ever put a bigger breaker in ,,,your ac only pulls 16 amps,max,,and that is only when it kicks on,,,after it's running it only pulls around 11 amps,,,,so 20 amps is more than enough,,,,,you don't want a breaker so big it wouldn't kick-off if something shorted out,,etc.,etc.,,,,you need to hook that TT up,,,make an appt. with your dealer ,,bring it in,,plug it in to there 30 amp service and walk threw it and tell them about all problems,,,and after it's fixed,,,,I would ask for a complete walk through with everything on and don't be shy,,,if you don't understand or know something,,ask them to explain,,,,,and all your owners manuals explain alot of things,,,,well,that's my 2-cents worth...
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Old 10-06-2009, 03:15 AM   #23
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RanCar...This may sound silly but, any chance that you haven't noticed the on/off switch on the shower head that pauses water flow while you wash/shampoo? The way you described the trickle is exactly what mine does when the switch is in the off position.
You do not want to know how long it took me to figure that out with our outdoor shower. Except it's a sliver switch & the 9 yr old showed me how to do it.

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Old 10-06-2009, 02:40 PM   #24
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RanCar...This may sound silly but, any chance that you haven't noticed the on/off switch on the shower head that pauses water flow while you wash/shampoo? The way you described the trickle is exactly what mine does when the switch is in the off position.
I'm aware of that but the indoor shower has adaquate pressure. I'm talking about the outside shower. There's a valve thing there also. It's OFF and in the on position, - DRIBBLE.
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Old 10-06-2009, 02:42 PM   #25
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My pump and valve is located right behind the water heater thru an access panel in the hallway.
OK, on my Zinger, there are no valves there. We looked today. When the outdoor shower is turned off it makes a sucking-air sound. There are no valves under the bathroom sink where this hose originates or in the area you mention.
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Old 10-06-2009, 11:27 PM   #26
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It's not a valve,,,it's a silver pin just like the one on your inside swower head that regulates the flow pressure of the shower head,,,pushed to one side, it's off,,pushed the other way ,,it's own,,pushed just a little bit,,it will dribble,,,,am I understanding you correctly that your saying you don't have a silver pin on your outside shower head ??????
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It's not a valve,,,it's a silver pin just like the one on your inside swower head that regulates the flow pressure of the shower head,,,pushed to one side, it's off,,pushed the other way ,,it's own,,pushed just a little bit,,it will dribble,,,,am I understanding you correctly that your saying you don't have a silver pin on your outside shower head ??????
There's a white pin in the outdoor shower head. When closed, no water comes out. When fully open. it dribbles. DH took the head off and found nothing clogging it. It's at the shop now so they should have it fixed when we pick it up.
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That's good,,let them worry bout it....,,that's what the warranty is for,,,,but I know it's a pain in the butt to take them in.....glad ya getting it fixed !!!...Been lucky with mine so far
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