So I woke up Tuesday a.m. to find out I had no water in my upstairs bathroom. Water downstairs if fine. After reading the posts, I followed a bunch of different suggestions -turned up the heat in the house, left cabinets open, used a hair dryer - still nothing.
Before I left for work, I shut off the main water and opened the valve so if anything defrosts, it would leak out.
I came home today and there is a lot of water in the bucket under the open valve. Still no cold water. I suspect the pipe is running up an outside wall.
I can't imagine that all that water in the bucket is from the pipes thawing and I still have no cold water.
Any other suggestions?
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