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    I'm worried about it because the pipes are not...

    I'm worried about it because the pipes are not all visible and it might be leaking somewhere inside the walls, creating mold, wood rot, etc.
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    The toilet was out at the time. I could put a...

    The toilet was out at the time. I could put a pressure gauge on the kitchen sink, all I would need is an adapter to a male garden hose thread. I suspect the pressure will drop from 50 to around 10.
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    No, the toilet was out do redo the floor. ...

    No, the toilet was out do redo the floor.



    About half of it is type A pex and half copper. Would that do it?



    Water heater was on and no ice maker.
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    Losing water pressure = leak?

    I am stumped. I have an apartment where the bath and kitchen fixture and water heater are all fed by one 1/2" line with a ball valve. Shut off the ball valve and no water goes to any fixture.

    I...
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