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No water pressure

Posted by john bredenkamp on February 20th, 2000 09:16 PM
In reply to no water pressure... by Teena on February 20th, 2000 08:37 PM [Go to top of thread]

Make certain all valve you turn off to do this
change out are back on-especially the main valve.
Have you turned both hot and cold cut-off valves
to the "on" position at full left turning?
Next, loosen a hose at the
connection to the cut-off valve. If there is
water, then the valve is clear.
Next, go to other end of the hose and loosen it to
see if you have water. If you do, hose is clear.
Next, remove the the defuser screen at the end of the
spigot, and make certain it is not clogged with grit.
If it is clear, your new fauct is the problem!
You can trouble shoot it, or return it for another
Hope this helps.

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