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krisstrid

07:55AM | 07/27/07
Member Since: 07/26/07
2 lifetime posts
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I just had my plumber install a new Mico faucet #7711 in my kitchen. It has very low water pressure. I can hardly rinse my dishes. The old one worked fine so it's not my pipes. My plumber said it had a complicated water resricter on it and he didn't want to mess with it. He installed a different kind of faucet in my pantry and it works fine. Is there any way I can fix my Mico one? I cannot find any place to contact them directly and it cost a lot.

Sylvan

11:49AM | 07/27/07
Member Since: 01/24/06
1455 lifetime posts
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Your plumber is right on the money.

YOU Supplied the faucet so it is YOUR problem to get it right.

Many people buy fixtures and faucets and they cry when a problem arises.

Legally your plumber cannot alter any flow restricting devices and If you bought the faucet from a reputable outfit they should have no problem taking it back.

Your plumber should be congratulated for standing her /his ground and refusing to alter this faucet.

You happened to have picked an honorable plumber

Billhart

12:13PM | 07/27/07
Member Since: 04/25/05
1918 lifetime posts
An honorable plumber would have pulled the aerator an verified that there is no debrie blocking the flow.

krisstrid

12:59PM | 07/27/07
Member Since: 07/26/07
2 lifetime posts
I called Mico and they told me that Europe requires 2 water restrictors. Us only one . They told to to remove on of them.
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