Originally Posted by Davydd
Do you have one of those sinks with a fold down into the bowl faucet with the glass cover? If you do you probably will not get satisfaction at a hardware store but would have to search RV supply stores. Probably would have to go back direct to Winnebago for a replacement unless you can find where the clog is and determine if it is repairable yourself. It is obviously your cold water side line connection of either a clog in the line or sink valve. So the first thing you need to do is check to see if there is water coming through your cold water feed before it gets to your faucet. If it doesn't, then your faucet is most likely OK. If water does come through to the point where it connects to your faucet, then your faucet is the culprit.
From your further description I think it most likely would be your cold water line. I just have a difficult time believing a faucet could go bad with so little use.
"Davydd" - As it turns out I think you are right about the tap. I just was in the RV and started to trace the lines. Where the dealer made the emergency repair the other year they totally by-passed the filter/diverter and capped off the line coming from the main water line. As it turns out the cold water kitchen line comes out the other end of the water filter/diverter assembly. In fact this was where it was leaking in the first place that necessitated the "emergency" repair. So ... as it turns out there has been no water going through this cold water line.
I am going to run up to the dealer on Monday and speak to the owner. I've spoke to him before about issues I've had with their service department and he told me to come straight to him if I had any issues.
Since I don't use the water filter and never have, I figure to just re-attached the kitchen cold water line back to the main line (where they capped it off) and I should be back in business ... <<<with fingers crossed>>>
The whole thing with this dealer has been a debacle since day one. Unfortuantely it has been an agonizing three years for this non mechanical guy to s-l-o-w-ly figure this stuff out.