11:53AM | 01/08/09
Member Since: 01/07/09
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I recently replaced the bathroom faucets and now the water pressure is low? never had that before? I checked the pressure thru out the house and all is fine. I also checked the airater and that too is fine. Anyone out there that can help?


08:34AM | 04/05/10
Member Since: 04/01/10
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Hi, I guess the first thing I'd ask is to make sure you have the water supplies completely turned back on. I'm not trying to offend it just happens ALOT.

If the supply stops are turned on make sure there are no kinks in the supply lines. Next step, you'll want to check to make sure there is nothing in the angle stops to impede flow. If you are using braided supplies just get a bucket, open the valve one at a time to see how the water is flowing. If everything is running fine with regards to the water getting to the faucet then the only other logical explanation would be that there is something fouling the port or ports in your new faucet. Could be a piece of debris, could be a defect in the milling of the ports or stem assembly. Hope this helps.




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