Re: water heater and water pressure problem
Posted by e-plumber on January 25, 2004 at 13:19:54:
In response to Re: water heater and water pressure problem
: I had to replace the hot water connector on the top of my water heater because of a leak. I shut off the main water and drained the line at my kitchen sink. After the repairs were made I turned the main back on and the water resumed flowing into my kitchen sink. I now have reduced water pressure from that faucet. Every other water outlet in the entire house flows with proper pressure. I already unscrewed and cleaned the screen of the debris that had collected there to no avail. Any advice?

Reply:
If you already unscrewed the faucet aerator and still do not have water pressure but all other faucets in the house are working fine, the faucet itself may have debris build-up inside of it. Disassembling the faucet and cleaning it may help. If it is a pull out type faucet, unscrew the nozzle from the hose and inspect it at that point.
Good Luck. e-plumber



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