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No, water pressure is immediate. If you replaced the sink faucet you probably ended up with one of the "low flow" faucets that are being produced to save water. Sometimes they can be taken apart and "encouraged" to let more water through. if the valve had no been used in awile the gasket will stick when you turn it off and back on replace the valve with a quarter turn ball type valve and you wont have this problem again

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