Originally Posted by snowdoc2001
Thanks. We did not have pressure reg on hose to water supply( will in future!). The drop was quick. We had great water pressure in morning then almost none in afternoon It was not slow like a clog.
Low pressure, but not slow? Without a pressure gauge in the system, how then are you assessing low pressure? As others have suggested, you need to get outside, and:
1. Check the flow and the pressure from the campground, through any connectors, to your hose BEFORE it enters the RV. If you don't have a gauge, you can "feel" the pressure by putting a nozzle on the hose, and seeing how much it "rushes" when you open it.
2. While you have the hose off of the RV, check your RV city water connection. Is the screen clean?
3. Reconnect the hose to the RV, and turn the water back on. If all was OK outside, but now is "slow" inside, you have an RV problem.