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fixerupper

01:30PM | 11/13/00
Member Since: 11/12/00
1 lifetime posts
Bvplumbing
Just replaced my kitchen faucet and added shutoff valves underneath. Everything was working fine accept we lost water pressure in our upstairs bathroom tub. After turning off the main valve and trying to release any air in the lines we fixed the pressure problem in the tub but now the water barely trickles from the new kitchen faucet. HELP!

PlumberDrummer

06:49PM | 11/18/00
Member Since: 10/01/00
14 lifetime posts
First step, take the aerator off the faucet and clean it. Blockage in the aerator is the number one reason for low pressure. Second, check the valves to the faucet to ensure that they are turned on fully.

Good luck,

codyboy

08:15PM | 01/10/01
Member Since: 01/09/01
15 lifetime posts
Had same problem ended up had to replace the hole kitchen faucet In a nut shell unit was defective. Was told it was not drilled out to the proper specs.

codyboy

08:15PM | 01/10/01
Member Since: 01/09/01
15 lifetime posts
Had same problem ended up had to replace the hole kitchen faucet In a nut shell unit was defective. Was told it was not drilled out to the proper specs.
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