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In any mobile home, the PRV is always where the incoming water supply connects to the mobile. Mostly, this is directly under the hot water heater.

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Try the junk yards that are close to you as a start.

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The problem is in the cold faucet itself, or the shutoff valve under it. First, remove the faucet cartridge and clean any crap out, replace main washer. If still a problem, fit new shutoff valve.
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If this IS on a well, the commonest reason for pressure drop is low air pressure in the storage tank. Check tank air when water is at it's lowest level in the tank. - Shutoff pump and measure air pressure at the valve on tank - should be about 30psi. If less. pump up with a compressor to 30.

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