What would cause a loss of hot water and pressure in one bathroom when you have water running in both bathrooms?
THE THING THAT CAUSES YOU TO LOSE PRESSURE AND HOT WATER IS BOTH BATHROOMS ARE CONNECTED TO THE SAME LINES. SO WHEN YOU RUN SOMETHING, THEN RUN SOMETHING ON THE OTHER SIDE, YOU LOOSE POWER THAT YOU WOULD NORMALY HAVE IF ONLY ONE BATHROOM IS ON. THERE IS NO QUICK FIX, TO FIX YOU MUST REPLACE ONE OF THOSE LINES WITH NEW ONES PROBABLY FROM THE BASEMENT. ITS ALOT OF WORK, AND COSTLY. JOE HOJAS
The water pressure in your upstairs bathroom is getting low you took the aerators of the sinks and found a white sentiment buildup on it you also removed the cartridges from your shower valve and also?
When the water pressure in your upstairs bathroom is getting low and you find a white sediment buildup in the aerator of the sink, it is the most likely cause of low pressure. You can also find the buildup in other fixtures including the shower valve and cartridges. Cleaning the sediment from the parts helps restore pressure.
What would cause a sewer type odor in your bathroom when running the washing machine on the other end of the house?
It's extremely unlikely. Much more likely is rough running (usually due to engine management fault) causing a lack of oil pressure. Also, keep in mind that an excessively worn engine can cause both low or erratic oil pressure and rough running, but this will usually be accompanied by a knocking noise.
This could be caused by your exhaust fan not properly removing moisture from your bathroom. It is always a good idea to use some X-14 (a mildew remover) every coupke of weeks when you start to see mildew. It is cause by lack of air flow in your bathroom, or a leak from upstairs. Is there is an upstairs bathroom? If so you might have a small leak somewhere in the supply or drain lines…
The number of time a pregnant woman visits bathroom to pee precisely vary from one woman to another, but you will be sure that you have the tendency of urinating more frequently when you are pregnant and some times the pee may be very small yet it will exert pressure on your bladder and cause you to have the urge to urinate. Therefore there is no actual number of times you can visit bathroom once…