So correct on 2015 Vista 30 T with serial number of 2?
The reason for the question and needing exact info is that it then lets us go to the interactive parts catalog where we can look at the details on how the water lines run in your specific RV!
That can be a great be help and in this case, it almost points out where the problem is likely to be found as your plumbing goes pretty directly from the sink to the vanity faucet.
Click this snip to get a better view of what I see!
You get hot water at the sink and if we follow the line down, it meets the water for the vanity at a tee. So if it is good there, the line going to the vanity "might" be a question but I'm guessing the odds are good that it is a problem with the faucet itself.
I may not have traced/drawn the correct side of the faucet, so go with finding the hot line, not completely following my drawing! Looking at my drawing, I see the red for hot is on the other side!!
The solution will depend on what type faucet, washer type or cartidge?
I might go with taking the bonnet off the hot side to look at what might have happened and either replace or repair those small parts as cheaper, quicker, easier than replacing the whole faucet.
One thing that might happen if it is washer type faucet is the washer stuck to the faucet body while stored and as you opened it the first time, the washer is still stuck and closing off the flow!
If it is a washerless type, something may be stuck or broken on the cartridge and need replaced.
An alternate to test this idea is to go under the vanity and remove the line to see if you get hot water to that point. But that seems kind of more work than I want!
See if that seems to be any good for ideas. Sorry about the nit picky questions but it pays to look before I jump to solutions and getting the right drawings helps!
RV water is kind of nice to work as we have so much control of the pressure without having to go out in the yard, etc to turn it on/off!