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01:46PM | 10/07/06
Member Since: 10/06/06
2 lifetime posts
We recently had our hot water heater replaced. Two weeks later, the hot water pressure in one of the bathroom sinks went down to a trickle. The company said the cartidge in the faucet was the cause. So we replaced the entire faucet and the problem is still there. Furthermore, with both cartridges removed the cold has full pressure and the hot is, well, still a trickle. I feel like I've been hoodwinked. Any advice/solutions?

Thank you,

Mark Fenton


03:36PM | 10/07/06
Member Since: 10/06/06
2 lifetime posts
THAT DID IT! I thank you from the bottom of my heart. We were at our wits end (and out of money) until your suggestion. Thank you again for your help.




01:16PM | 01/06/16
Thank you for the help. I flushed out the cold side and that opened up the hot side again.


01:27PM | 01/04/18
I tried this little trick out myself. Worked like a charm. Very helpful, and thanks for the information.


09:12AM | 09/29/18
Took screen out of faucet now water runs full stream, thanks you saved us money.


03:42PM | 12/20/18
What was the fix? Having the same problem and can’t find a solution anywhere.

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