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Posted by Ron J. on May 27th, 2002 06:56 AM
In reply to follow up to low water pressure by gh on May 25th, 2002 07:25 PM [Go to top of thread]

Go ahead and do what the guy suggested from Home Depot. It won't cost you a cent. Be sure to remove all the aerators. { The screen assemblies at the end of you spouts. This will also let you inspect them for grit.} Ture the water back on and let the water run for a little while. Check then to see if you are still losing pressure. Before you put the aerators on, let the sediment settle in the water heater for a while and run your water again to get the remaining grit out of the lines. You made a couple of statements that made me think and respond. First, if you have good pressure at first, then the incomming pressure is good. Water lines do not continue to build pressure above whats comming into the home once you turn the faucets off.Please post back with what you have come up with, Ron J.

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