|Posted by hj on December 19, 1998 at 16:50:07:|
|In response to Re: Intermittent Water Flow|
I assume you have Chicago, Crane, or some other model faucet which is constructed in such a way that opening it causes the stem to move downward rather than up as in conventional faucet. When these faucets develop a free moving stem, the water pressure will cause them to rise in the faucet body, turning off the flow. This is an advantage as far as keeping them shut off when that is what you want, but a nuisance when you wnat the faucet open. Depending on the make and model, you need to tighten or replace the stem packing.
: Hello. My bathroom faucets cold water flow once turned on is very high pressure but after a second basically
: turns itself off. Then I turn the knob again and the faucet and I repeat the ritual. There is always a third round as well,
: sometime even a fourth. I would love some advice on how to beat this beast! Thank you very much. I appreciate
: this forum, it is well done.
: Chris Johnson
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