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Nothing really wrong with our water pressure but would like to know if there are any ways of increasing the pressure so that the power from our shower is a bit more like a domestic shower.

At the moment we only really use it in extremis but would be tempted to use it more if the pressure were greater.

Having read through a few posts, it would seem that a higher pressure pump may cause joints to leak. Has anyone any direct experience of this happening?

Lots of info elsewhere on A Class Hymers but as ours is "only" a C Class and newer, am not sure as to the applicability of some of the advice given.

Many thanks for any advice.
 

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We use the trigger showerhead (to save water) and the spray is very good
 

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Re: water pump

mauriceheather1 said:
i changed the shower head for a domestic one ,then leave the sub pump in place and install a inline pump, i now have a perfect shower and do not need to use the campsite ones cheers maurice
Does the inline pump render the submersible one redundant? Or do the micro-switches in the shower and taps still activate the submersible pump but the inline pump boosts the power?

Have you any ideas on makes and models of in line pumps, Maurice, please?
 

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Has anyone ever fitted an in-line booster pump such as those sold by Whale?

Still a little worried by leaks at joints, I must confess.

Forgot to say that we currently have a submersible pump and a Truma 6002 boiler.
 
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