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missypisy

05:42AM | 01/09/08
Member Since: 01/08/08
1 lifetime posts
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Ok I live in an apartment and recently the maintainance men came and "repaired" my kitchen faucet so that it wouldn't drip. Upon leaving I noticed that the cold water (which they pay for) now has a reduced flow or pressure the hot is as it was. I questioned them regarding the change and I was told that i must just have low water pressure. RIGHT! I flow is so reduced i cant rinse out the sink or fill a pot in under 30 seconds. Does anyone have any idea what they installed to cause this. I took the fixture apart and switched the pieces from the hot and cold (the inside of the handles)no change.

Sylvan

05:30AM | 01/17/08
Member Since: 01/24/06
1512 lifetime posts
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Possibly they did not flush the lines prior to making repairs and a bib screw of part of the old washer is blocking the supply line
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