The bathroom sink is the last "water fixture" on the water line in my home.
I recently installed a porcelain tile floor in the bathroom. When I hooked everything back up, the facet had low pressure.
So, I thought maybe a new faucet would fix the problem. I installed a new bathroom sink faucet and it still has low pressure.
What else did I do? I cut off the water supply as it enters the house, close off the supply valves to the bathroom faucet and opened the bathroom tub with only a little trickle coming from the bathtub (I thought maybe I could do some kind of back pressure deal to get trapped objects out of the line before the sink).
I don't know what else to try, please help? By the way, the house was built in 1964, please don't tell me I have to open the wall up and redo the plumbing.
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