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Patrick Distribution RV Shower Valve Installation - 2007 Starcraft Homestead Lite Fifth Wheel

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How to Install the Patrick Distribution RV Shower Valve on a 2007 Starcraft Homestead Lite Fifth Wh

Shane: Hey, everyone. Shane here with Today, I have a 2007 Starcraft Homestead Fifth Wheel, and I'm going to walk you through how to install Patrick Distribution RV Faucet.This is what it's going to look like when it's installed. It's going to be a satin nickel finish. It's going to be a very durable plastic. It's going to be a nice upgrade to, maybe you have an older foster or something that you're wanting to replace.

It's going to be a double-handled design. It's going to require two holes in the wall so it's really going to fit in where your old one was. It'll fit right in place. We're not going to have to make any additional cuts or anything like that.We're going to have a vacuum breaker here on top. What this allows you to do is attach a handheld shower hose and shower head to it.

Being a vacuum breaker, what it's not going to do, it's not going to allow the water to backflow back into your freshwater area. It will only flow one way and that's out the shower head.As far as our overall dimensions of this unit, it's going to be 10 inches wide by two inches tall, and it's going to be three inches deep. The base dimension is going to be five and a half inches wide and two inches tall. Now, your inlet shanks, which are the two valves that come out of the back, are going to be half inch diameter, inner diameter. Your outer diameter is going to be 13/16.

The distance between them is going to be four inches, so when you're replacing your old one, you want to make sure that you have the two holes that you're going to be putting it into are the same distance apart. The length of them are going to be an inch and a half. The vacuum breaker itself is going to be 13/16.To start our installation, we need to find the back of our shower valves. If you have a cabinet set up like this, because we have two steps we have to walk up to get to the shower, there's a small panel. This panel just has four screws that hold it in place.

Take the four screws off, and that's going to be the back of your shower handle, your shower bowel. So, we'll remove those two by simply twisting these two black pieces. This is going to our water lines. Make sure you don't have any water in your lines, by the way. We'll twist these off. That'll take them off the back of the handle there, and then you're going to simply remove these two nuts. Make sure you try not to drop these down that pocket if yours is set up this way.Then we can remove our old one. Slide this one back on. You may need two people here because this probably isn't going to sit in here by itself. And then we'll just go back on the other side and install the two plastic nuts and then the water lines. Once you get your lines put back on. We're not going to put our panel back on yet until we run water through it and make sure we don't have any leaks. Once you get your faucet on, you can reinstall your hose, run some water through it, and test it out and make sure everything's running correctly. If you don't have any leaks, make any adjustments necessary and you're ready to go.So, it's going to do it for a look at and installation on the Patrick Distribution RV Faucet on a 2007 Starcraft Homestead Fifth Wheel Trailer.

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