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Posted by Scott on February 28th, 2002 07:23 PM
In reply to 40 yr. Old House With Decreasing Hot Water Pressure. by David Miller on February 28th, 2002 08:49 AM [Go to top of thread]

might be mineral deposits building up in the pipes.Check the post above.When I replaced my pipes,the old galvanized pipe near the shower and kitchen were so clogged I'm suprised any water got through.The house had a well when I bought it and it was already 40 years old.This may be something to look into.After I changed the plumbing to copper the pressure in the shower was awesome,like to knock you down.There might be other factors in your case as there usually is with plumbing.You might need a professional to evaluate your system,so get licensed pros who work in your area and get everything on paper before you pay.

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