|Posted by hj on April 28, 2003 at 20:21:15:|
|In response to Re: hot water in kitchen is just a dribble|
If the flow does not change regardless of whether either or both sides are turned on then it is plugged in the faucet. If it is not the aerator, the it would have to be a diverter for a spray hose unit.
: Ok.. I live in a very old home 100yrs+. In my kitchen I barely have any hot water this has been going on for a while, but now the cold is doing the same. I took apart the end of the faucet and cleaned the screen but no change even left it off no change there are no leaks any where, including basement. The tap it self is 5 yrs. old. do supply lines clog ? These are copper for the most part. All other sinks and shower/tub do not have this problem. Is there any thing I can do ? Calling a plumber is at the end of my list and I hate to do that...any ideas ?
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