Sediment from New Faucet
Posted by George on April 16, 2004 at 13:35:40:
I was very proud of myself when I replaced an old kitchen faucet with a new, high-neck one. That night we noticed the water tasting pretty putrid unless we ran it for a while. Then I read the instructions which at the very end said to flush the system without the aerator for 2 minutes after the installation, which of course I didn't do. I've replaced the aerator but there is still a momentary split second of bad taste. What should I do? I replaced the old lines with the new flex ones. Could that be the problem?

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