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I have a similar problem in a house I just moved into. It's clearly not an issue with the temperature settings because I adjusted those and it hasn't fixed the problem. Pressure is low and it's only hot water, which leads me to believe the cold water isn't making it to the faucet for some reason. Have you figured out a solution? I'm searching all over and can't find anything. It's maddening. Thanks. Bob
pegasus is a home depot product u need to adjust ur anti scald setting the valve is shipped in cold position it should have a red and blue plastic clips that go over the grooved thing call pegasus customer service at 1888 328-2383 they should be able to assist u with ur problem if u need parts or how to adjust the anti scald system
when it is sold the anti-scold is set at cold to protect the buyer -the piece with the groves on it is the stem their should be two plastic clips a red and blue that slid over it these clips are the adjustment -also give pegasus a call they have an 800 number to assist u or home depot the carry the brand
Those new faucets generally have a lower water pressure due to legislation passed in 2007 that reduced that maximum allowable gpm (gallons per minute). I hate to tell anyone this but there is little if anything you can do. First of all, make sure the shut-off valves are open completely. I know that sounds elementary but I've seen it a bunch of times.
Also check to see if the aerator is blocked with a bit of debris.....unlikely if the flow is uniform but still an easy fix.
There is a small plastic tube that comes from the fill valve and attaches onto the overflow tube on the flush valve. If no water is coming out of that tube, then it is clogged internally. You can remove the tube from the fill valve and take a small piece of wire or a straight pin to try and clear it from the outside. If that doesn't work, then I would recommend replacing the fill valve. They are inexpensive to replace. If you don't know how to get into the fill valve's internal guts at the top, then I would recommend replacement of the valve. One more thing, there also could be a water saver where the outlet is on the little tube I just explained. It is usually light blue, you can remove that and discard it.