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I have always had some low water pressure but I had to turn off the water supply valves and when I turned them back on I have very little pressure. All other faucets in bathrooms etc. have good pressure. I was told by PricePfister it was the cartridge. Could it be something else?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check if any valves are not fully open first. if its a replacement of one that was working fine then the taps are most likely duff
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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You have already checked the two obvious things now make sure the two supply lines from the shut off valves are not kinked or turned it such away as to close off the water flow. If that is ok then there may be some debris in the internal filter screens.
Keep in mind that this faucet design will not put water out at a high pressure if it did it would splash all over the place.
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