|Posted by mf on February 22, 2003 at 23:39:50:|
|In response to Re: grohe kitchen faucet|
: That faucet probably has a coupler/strainer just below the faucet where the hose is connected. There may also be a strainer screen in the faucet spout itself. Either screen could be plugged and need cleaning. I removed the screens in mine.
: : pressure has dropped dramatically in our four-year old Ladylux Plus; when we removed the handle and cartridge, pressure seems fine in water squirint out the side. Possible that cartridge needs replacing in such a short time? Do we replace the whole thing? Also, is there any way to remove the pressure control valve?
I have replaced the strainer; still no pressure.
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