Replace Shower Faucets/Diverter in Parkliner - Fiberglass RV


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Old 06-24-2021, 12:28 PM   #1
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Replace Shower Faucets/Diverter in Parkliner

Never mind. I forgot the closet is right behind the shower. I have access to everything I need to take the assembly apart or replace it.
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Old 10-07-2021, 08:41 AM   #2
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The steps to Replace an RV Shower Faucet. The first thing you must do is turn off the motorhome’s main water supply. Dump the water from the RV shower system by opening all the taps – both the hot and cold water. Then, remove your old shower faucet and disconnect the shower water lines. Check the two water pipes running from the shower and through the wall. These fixtures often have a fastener that secures them in their place. Loosen the hardware using a wrench and disconnect the hot and cold water lines. Finally, install the new shower faucet. Get your new shower faucet and check the location of the hot and cold water connections. Grab the loose water pipes and connect them to their respective taps using a wrench. You might want to apply Teflon tape over the threads to create a watertight seal.
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The steps to Replace an RV Shower Faucet. The first thing you must do is turn off the motorhome’s main water supply. Dump the water from the RV shower system by opening all the taps – both the hot and cold water. Then, remove your old shower faucet and disconnect the shower water lines. Check the two water pipes running from the shower and through the wall. These fixtures often have a fastener that secures them in their place. Loosen the hardware using a wrench and disconnect the hot and cold water lines. Finally, install the new shower faucet. Get your new shower faucet and check the location of the hot and cold water connections. Grab the loose water pipes and connect them to their respective taps using a wrench. You might want to apply Teflon tape over the threads to create a watertight seal.
Turn on your shower’s water supply and open the shower faucet. Make sure there are no leaks. If you see the RV shower faucet leaking, you might want to check the connections.
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