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2012-09-16 09:02:29
2012-09-16 09:02:29

If there are supply valves feeding the supply lines connecting your faucet, they may be closed, or simply your faucet components/inserts and or supply lines may be restricted.

ANS 2 - most common cause for this is a plugged aerator or stop valve.


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I have had a problem like that and the reason for odor coming out of just one faucet was because they had another water line teed off of the faucet line that was capped/abandoned and the smell was coming from that line because after I disconnected the abandoned line, the smell went away so I don't know if you would have the same problem or not.

well if you have a plugged aerator or your water line is corroded then that is usually the reason a faucet has low pressure if its just one faucet.

If there is a shut off valve under the sink, shut it off and take the line off going to the faucet. Turn the valve on slightly to see if there is water going through it. If there is, the problem has to be in the faucet. Either the washer in the hot water side has come off and is plugging the faucet, or if it is a single handle faucet, the cup is bad. Either one is easy enough to fix. Message me back if you need help fixing it.

On the faucet of one of the the sinks.

Try cleaning out or changing the aerator on the bad one.

A faucet is the metal thing where the water comes out. The faucet is usually mounted on top of the kitchen sink, near the back wall. It most commonly either has a handle for opening and closing the vent and selecting the water temperature, or two wheels, one each side of the faucet -one for cold water and one for hot water. There are also faucets with movement detectors to make the water pour without having to touch the faucet with your hands. The Kitchen Faucet is the faucet located in the kitchen.

About one hour unless it is a really unusual situation

Have you checked the stop cock to the other faucet? has the other faucet been connected? has the washer jammed the inside of the tap? is the head part fault free?

When a person brushes their teeth and leaves the bathroom faucet running it can waste up to 2.5 gallons of water per minute. A shower will also use about 2.5 gallons of water per minute.

Do all the faucets do this or just one. if its just one faucet its a problem with this fauset. If its all the faucets in the home its a problem with the main water line coming into your home.

What type of faucet is it? Is it two taps, or one, Twist to turn on/off, or push/pull? It is a one handle, twist on/off type faucet.

By checking the vent to make sure its working and that no one installed an AAV

One that will hold the sink, faucet, and let you connect up the plumbing. 24" is normal.

It is two words "tap water" for water from a faucet.

The part the water pours out of, usually activated by a lever in houses (perhaps one for cold water, one for warm water) and sometimes in public bathrooms. However, it is common for restaurants to have automatic hand sensors that generate the faucet. Otherwise, you could look "faucet" up in a dictionary.

There was air in the line. When you turn off the water with the faucet running make sure you turn it back on with the faucet open. That will release any air caught in the lines. That faucet shut with one on a lower floor on and restoring water does not work. Fast and easy. 1. turn on affected faucet 2. shut off water 3. turn water back on 4. faucet should be running smoothly now

basicly its a water hose. a really big one

The valve may not be shutting completely or it may just be the water in the lines coming out. Depending on which faucet you turn on and where it is located in the house, it may take a few minutes for the lines to empty. Open the highest faucet or the one furthest away from the one you are working on or the one that is the lowest in the house. The high one needs to be open so it can let air in the system so the water is pulling against a vacuum.

If you have an instantaneous hot water heater, and your faucet doesn't flow enough water it won't turn on the water heater. Thus requiring another faucet to be turned on.

The hot water pipe is not clamped properly. When the water flows through the pipe when you open the faucet, the turbulence makes the pipe move and bang against what ever it is not clamped to properly.

Perhaps the filter screen is blocked, which you can clean and replace. This may improve the flow through that faucet.

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