Re: How do I fix low water pressure only in one faucet?
Posted by Deb on May 26, 2003 at 09:48:11:
In response to Re: How do I fix low water pressure only in one faucet?
: Terry,

: I recently moved into a 30 year old home. The kitchen was upgraded by the sellers, and we are the first to use the new appliances and sink. The problem I am having is low water pressure only in the kitchen sink. The pressure is so low, that the attached hose spray barley dribbles out. All the other faucets is the house are fine. I checked the airiator and it is clean. I did have the line tapped into to run a line to the refrigerator's ice maker. Any ideas why the pressure is low only on this faucet? What can I do to fix the problem?

I would be more inclined to believe that the diverter is clogged, since both hot and cold are affected. You have to remove the spout to access the diverter usually located in the front of the spout body.
Deb
The Pipewench


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