|Posted by John Barnhart on November 22, 2001 at 00:21:48:|
|In response to Re: High Water Pressure|
: You hae a regulator problem. The unit is not deadheading properly so the pressure builds up due to leakage through the disk. The first use drains off the excess, and then it works properly until the faucets are shutoff. Replace or rebuild the regulator.
: : My residential water pressure in LA should be about 55 psi. But when the water is shut off, it creeps up to about 140 psi aftr about 3 minutes.
: : Is this normal or do I have a regulator problem? I am using a Wilkins 600 regulator.
Where can I find parts to replace a Wilkins water pressure regulator? I have a Wilkins and it is leaking.
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