Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Alternating hot and cold water in showers
Hi Mohammed,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Thank's a lot for your suggestions. The hot water plumbing route is more restricted than the cold water. This can be a understandable case. I have never thought about it. I will have a look tomorrow and on Monday I will ask also the AMEL guys here in La Rochelle.
First I will examine if the pressure decreased during winter pause in the water tubes. If this would be the case, then I think, I should have the same effect also on all other water taps as in galley, sinks in the bathroom and so one.
Many thanks for all these good suggestions which give me a funny Sunday job. Let's hope, that I will find the solution.
---In amelyachtowners@..., <mshirloo@...> wrote :
I'm not familiar with the exact plumbing on a SM. However, since most plumbing should be similar, I can think of two possibilities:
Keep in my mind that I am not familiar with the SM plumbing and systems in any way. These are just a couple of general suggestions.
Mohammad and Aty
Amel 54 #099
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Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2018 7:00 AM
Subject: AW: [Amel Yacht Owners] Alternating hot and cold water in showers
That sounds like you have no pressure on your accumulator tank. Between coldwater pump and hot-water-tank you will find the accumulator tank. You can check the pressure via a valve, like car tires. The recomended pressure you may be find in a tank manual. What cold water pump model do you have?
Wilson, SM 003, La Rochelle
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