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All of a sudden can not get hot water from my Grohe Ladylux plus

Receiving hot water in other faucets but not the kitchen, which had been working earlier in the day.

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I aasume this is single handle

You will need to remove the handle(usually hex screw under lever or bak side covered with small erasure size button

turn water (hot and cold) off under sink

remove the handle

take an adjustible wrench and remove the cartridge it is keyed
so ou can put it back roperly inspect the cartridge for any obstructions

go under sink and slowly turn hot water on and observe if water is coming out of faucet manifold

if water is coming out ok you may have a bad cartridge or had a blockage reinstall cartridge(after youturned water off

turn hot and cold water on under sink and try again

if it works great if not I suggest you take artridge out and replace

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You will presumably be pushing the faucet handle away from you instead of pulling it forward? If you don't like it, you can always put it back.

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