Bath faucet - no water
If your faucet is of Delta manufacture, it may contain a ball inside that acts as the valve. If this is so, check to ensure that the pin is still in the base. If not the ball can move around and you will not get water. If the pin is missing, get an oversize pin to replace it. For any other single lever faucet the rule is the same, if the holes don't line up, you won't get water.
Thanks for the reply. I wanted to be sure there wasn't some "trick" I was missing. I checked the ball valve and it seemed to be rotating properly. Hmm... Maybe there is a clog somewhere in the spout? Bingo! The aireator was full of crud. Cleaned it out - viola - water flows freely.
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