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Trouble to have hot water continiusly

When I open teh hot water valve, it does not flow continiusly. It almost stops. And it does like blocking in the pipes. I dit remove all the valve components and replaced them, and still it will not flow properly

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Hi there well it seems from what you have written you must of stopped the hot water at some point to remove the valve components & to replace them, from the small amount of info you have given I suspect its an air lock in the hot water supply pipe somewhere?

If this is the problem you might find its affecting the other hot taps possibly? if your able to narrow it down to a single appliance, then it could be localised.

Now the air lock can be removed if it s as we suggested. Do you have a wet & dry vacuum if so run the tap closest on the hot then put the wet vac around the tap & turn it on for a few secs being careful not to get scalding water on you? this will hopefully move the airlock & get you back in business?
If not then post some more info & I will see what i can do for you....good luck



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