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Two handled faucet not working

I have a bathroom faucet that just suddenly stopped running water. It doesn't matter if it is the hot or cold water. It is a two handled type of model. Everything else in the house is still working properly. This faucet is about ten years old.

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  • camper1305 Dec 13, 2008

    We have the same problem with the kitchen sink it was working fine yesterday and now we have a little stream that comes out. We have a sprayer on it and it works just fine. We tried the screen and that was not the problem.

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Could be 1 or 2 things either an air lock or a valve is blocked

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L have a moen kingsley t125 with a moen 9000 m pact the cold water handle comes out with a trickle only when you turn it on the hot water is find unit is about one year old


You have a obstruction in cold side turn off both cold and hot water to faucet then disassemble cold side(take note of how you take apart it must go back correctly) slowly open cold water stop to see if you can dislodge obstruction(use a towel over cold water handle assembly to keep from water shooting everywhere).

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I have two vanities and a shower in the bathroom. We only get hot water to the sinks when we turn on the shower to hot. Even if we turn off the shower we will still get hot water for a while. It just seems...


Check the water supply lines to the shower at the faucet handles. If the fitting for the hot water line connected to the handle is loose, it can twist and kink off the water supply further down the line when you turn the faucet handle. I'm not exactly sure how this could be relevant otherwise, but under normal design circumstances this type of scenario with your shower wouldn't matter for other faucets.

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I have had my Delta bathroom faucet about four years. The hot water side drips. Can not get it to stop. It is one faucet with hot and cold handles with all sitting on a small platforum. The platforum is...


Go to delta website, take a picture of faucet with your cell phone and send. They should be able to identify and send you the parts. Meanwhile you'll have to turn water on and off from the emergency shut off valve under the sink. If it looks like the picture, it's probably the rubber seat and spring. If you don't want to wait go to your local "hardware" store. There may be someone there to help you. Bring the stem or cartridge, along with the rubber seat and spring. Don't use cold water while stem is removed. Turn cold off as well to prevent a mishap.

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We have a new Price Pfister 49 Series bathroom faucet set with two handles. Even with the hot water tap open full the water just dribbles out


If you have full pressure on the cold water side and low pressure on the hot side then you well need to remove and clean or replace the cartridge for the hot side. If you have low water pressure on both sides try removing the aerator and cleaning it.
If you need to replace the cartridge on the hot side do both sides while you at it.
Whenever you work on any faucet before you turn the water on remove the aerator and run the water for a few seconds then replace the aerator.

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No Hot water coming out when single handle on hot water side.Cold water comes out fine. Water in the lines leading to the taps, but no hot water coming out. This is a bathroom faucet Moen single handle.


Cartridge removal is a simple matter of exposing and pulling out the old cartridge. Before getting started, turn off both water valves underneath the sink and allow the water to run until the line is clear. Using a screwdriver, gently pry off the cap on the lever of the faucet handle to expose the cartridge. Remove the U-shaped retaining clip that holds the cartridge in place and pull the cartridge out. If dirt or residue makes removal difficult, use a Moen cartridge puller to assist you. A cartridge puller fits over the cartridge and gives you greater pulling power.

Soak the dirty cartridge in vinegar for four hours and replace.

If cleaning the cartridge does not work, call the Moen Helpline at 1-800-465-6636 or Customer Service at 1-800-465-6130 to order a free replacement. Locate the part number on the cover page of your instruction manual. If you no longer have the manual, look on the underside of the spout.

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The hot water stops coming out of faucet


if this is the faucet in picture, turn off water, pull out cartridge and inspect for any debris in cartridge or valve body, if not, turn on hot water to see if water is getting through valve body. May have kinked line or debris from or in angle stop line.

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Only hot water in sink/basin when the toilet is flushed


I always think I have heard it all at times and then a story like yours rolls in....Please call a plumber,I know what I am doing and you are not going to be able to solve this online. The faucet and toilets are never plumb together much less 2 areas as you have ...so please call a plumber this time...Please rate and this is not Inappropriate.Thanks jj505. Any other ?s please ask. Are you in Ga.30097

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