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Re: OT camper question

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10-16-2013 10:52:58

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just a wild thought, but that happens here at the shop. i have a slop sink in the shop that has hot and cold water. there is a garden hose hooked up that has a sprayer end on the hose. if some one leaves the faucets on at that location with the garden sprayer wand hooked to the hose, hot water will come out on all the other faucets until that faucet is shut off. possibly if you have a shower head shut off in the bathroom, and the shower faucet is on, that could be where it is flowing thru. just a thought.

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Glenn F.

10-16-2013 15:46:44

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 Re: OT camper question in reply to glennster, 10-16-2013 10:52:58  
Excellent suggestion Glennster.

While it doesn't come out straight hot, our milkhouse faucet has a Y on the end, allowing us to hook up two hoses with sprayers at their ends. If that faucet is left on hot, the washtub faucet serves up only luke warm water. Not too refreshing when coming in for a cold drink while hwying!

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10-16-2013 12:51:16

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 Re: OT camper question in reply to glennster, 10-16-2013 10:52:58  
Or, an outside shower"s valves left but its head turned off, thus causing the bypass.
And, no leak noticed.

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10-16-2013 11:58:17

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 Re: OT camper question in reply to glennster, 10-16-2013 10:52:58  
That's kind of the direction I was thinking. We had a portable dishwasher given to use one time. Hooked a hose Y to the faucets where they came through the wall opposite the washing machine. The hose connector for the dishwasher was junk,that's why we did it,but we put a regular hose end on it and hooked to that Y. Hot water was passing through that Y and we were getting hot water everywhere,even in the toilet tank.

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