|Posted by hj on January 28, 1999 at 20:24:35:|
|In response to Re: Low water pressure in kitchen|
It could be a coincidence. The aerator strainer on the end of the spout could be plugged, or if you have a sprayer attachment, the diverter may be malfunctioning.
: After having a plumber replace the faucet in the bathroom (which is right off the kitchen) the water pressure in the kitchen sink dropped drastically. This was several months ago, and the pressure never came back. What would cause this, and is there a simple solution?
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