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RE: No hot water in kitchen

No idea the water was smokin hot everywhere else! Beats me what happened here. Thanks to all for the input.
rdmotex3 02/21/21 03:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: No hot water in kitchen

Insert head shake here. So I took the advice from opnspaces and sat back in order to take it all in. Traced the lines rechecked everything and as you can imagine nothing. Frustrated and beginning to accept defeat a thought occurred to me. I thought zero chance but I did it anyway. I took off the head on the sink and ran the hot water. It spit and sputter and then piping hot water. Inspected everything and still no idea as to the what or the why. Put it all back together and boom it’s working. Could I have missed something? Maybe? possibly? I don’t know for sure but it’s working. This one has me shaking my head.
rdmotex3 02/21/21 12:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: No hot water in kitchen

Pulled the mouse boards and can’t see anything. We are 48 hours past last freeze. We were in the 60’s yesterday and mid 70’s today. I’m beginning to wonder if ice is the problem. Any other suggestions out there?
rdmotex3 02/21/21 09:44am Fifth-Wheels
No hot water in kitchen

Hoping for some help. Just finished a week of “generational cold” here in south Texas. Five days of bitter cold with the lowest temp of 9. I did not winterize our relfection prior to the storm. I drained it well after our last trip but I have no doubt there was residual water lines. Also, I did not drain hot water heater. Today was first day with sun and not frozen so I hooked up the camper and everything seemed to work and no apparent leaks. However, the water in the kitchen only turns tepid and never hot. I found a blog about the outdoor shower valves could be causing an issue if left on. Went out to check and sure enough they were on! Problem solved!! Nope still only tepid water I the kitchen. After an exhaustive search online with no luck I posted this question on a Facebook group. The best thought from that post was the hot water line in the kitchen was still frozen. Possible? I guess but it seems odd that would be the only line still frozen. Anyone else have any thoughts or heard this before?
rdmotex3 02/20/21 06:06pm Fifth-Wheels
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