ChevyZ71Kid:

What exactly am I looking at?

1hotjava:

This looks like corrosion, not high water pressure.

Honestly the factory faucets are total garbage. On our couple of campers we have bought I replaced the faucets with quality ones from big box store X.

MrBungle09:

You will find yourself fixing a ton of things. We bought our first rig brand new 2 years ago and i have had to redo so many thongs because of poor workmanship. Crimps on electrical wires suck, cheap parts, etc…what i jave now is way beter than i bought but its a frustrating pain in the butt to continue doing what you enjoy.

TheRealTrowl:

1 year warranty! Take it on some trips, find everything wrong, and fix it on forest river’s dime.

CampaignNo4006:

One question, do you use a water pressure regulator at home, Rv’s can’t handle water pressure above 50 psi

Original-Skill4378:

Would JB weld hold enough to plug this?

Many_Rope6105:

No you didnt, unless you had a pressure spike your house psi is supposed to be 40, somebody did some hokie shit there

Source: I bought my first travel trailer two days ago and haven’t used it yet. I don’t recall this being an issue when I saw the water running at the dealership. Could I have done this by running the water hooked up to my house?

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