Re: no water pressure
Posted by edj on March 24, 2002 at 23:11:38:
In response to Re: no water pressure
: at my bathtub/shower after having an on demand water heater installed to service the whole house. All other faucets are fine, water pressure is good, but at the tub, which is on the second floor, I only get a small trickle of water. There was no problem prior to this current situation.There is copper tubing running from the basement up to the bath, which I know is not the right thing to have, but that is what someone did,and right now I can't afford to have all new pipes put in.
: I suspect debris broke loose when the water to the house was turned back on after installtion.Where do I start trying to fix this and how do I do it?

You could try shutting the main water off,remove the cartridges from the taps,turn the main water back on,this may clear some debris out of the taps.Now this may sound easy but it can be tricky depending on how old your taps are,if it clears shut the water off and replace the cartridges,if it doesn't I'm afraid your only other option would be to replace the piping

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