No Water In Kitchen Sink Of Our Travel Trailer?

Question: Hello We have a jayco travel trailer and I am not getting any water in the kitchen sink. The bathroom and shower work great. What could be the problem?

Robbie: Thanks for the question. This is a common problem I come across a lot and the most common answer is you have calcium build up in your faucet and it would need to be removed and cleaned or replaced. First remove the screen at the end of the faucet by unscrewing the ring at the very end and turn on the faucet without the screen to see if it works. If the flow is good, just clean the screen and replace it back like you took it off.

Hopes this helps you,

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Sep 13, 2021
Hot/Cold water run together, low pressure
by: Anonymous

Heres one ... I can run the Hot water and great pressure, I can run the cold water and great pressure all thru my 06 Nash Travel Trailer ... I turn on hot , then introduce cold and it slows with a sound (like water blocked in line) ... to low pressure. Checked all aerators, all good.

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