|Posted by hj on April 12, 19101 at 23:28:12:|
|In response to Re: Low Faucet Pressure|
The fact that it doesn't change when you open the other faucet, narrows the problem down to the spout area. Either an obstruction in it, or a plugged aerator.
: In my bathroom I tore out a cabinet sink (which had blasting water pressure), and replaced it (about two months later...I'm slow) with a pedastel sink. I changed out all the hardware. The shut off valves, the feed pipes, etc. And there's a new faucet on the sink. However, once it was all set up the pressure was virtually non-existant. A thin, anemic stream trickles out. The stream is the same speed and size whether one handle is turned on or both of them are. It makes no sense to me why this could be so. Any thoughts?
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