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Answered 2005-04-08 01:15:12

If you have galvanized pipe in your house, you probably have debris in; your water line, your angle stop (AKA cut off),your supply line to the hot side of the fixture. If I could see it, I could tell you how to fix it. I would suggest calling a plumber. We aren't all a bunch of crooks.

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