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Try removing and cleaning the aerator. This is the piece with the screen where water should come out. Unscrew it going counter clockwise, you may need pliers or channel locks to remove. Use a rag to protect finish. After removing flush out internal pieces and reinstall.

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Probably have trash in the stem. Turn off water to hot side remove handle and stem look for debris. If none visible cup your hand over the the hole where the stem was so the water will flow to the sink drain. Then slowly turn water on. If water really comes out then stem may be clogged. It'll make a mess so have a towel or 2 handy

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Look inside the faucet handle for damage. A cracked handle would need replacing, as it cannot grip the faucet stem. If the ridges inside the handle are worn, the handle cannot connect with the stem and control the faucet.

Inspect the end of the faucet stem for damage. The tip of the stem should have ridges that connect with the ridges inside the faucet handle

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This is called the diverter if it is a tub/shower valve. There are just too many brands to say just how it comes out. Remove the handle. You may need a handle puller. Remove the trim. This varies. If I had a picture, I could tell you how to do this. You will then probably need a deep plumber's socket to remove the stem. Make the stem is turned all the way counter clockwise before unscrewing the stem. Go to a good old time plumber shop or hardware store to get a new stem.

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I replaced a moen 1222 valve stem becasue i had just a trickle of water. I go the new stem in ok, but still no water. I have the hot water heater diconnected on the water inlet, but the out let is still...


With posi-temp cartridges, if one supply of water, hot or cold, is interrupted, the cartridge automatically restricts the flow of the other water source. This is to prevent you from getting scalded if the pressure on the cold side drops because of a toilet being flushed or any other uses of cold water. The cartridge will only allow cold water to flow through if there is hot water to balance it out. If you restore hot water to the faucet, it will operate properly.

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Take stem appart cut off water stem may have spun in faucet got it out of line restricting water flow

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You did not tighten the stem enough, allowing the seat to rise just above the cavity where it will sit. You may also have scaling in this area preventing the seat from sitting flush.

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If your water heater is old or has been recently replaced, it will slough off debris that will get caught in the hot water supply side of the faucet. You have to disassimble the faucet and use a dental pic to remove the debris from it. This is a real common occurance. You can also try to flush out that side by removing the parts and then slowly turning on the water without the parts inside. Be careful not to flood your bathroom when you do this. But usually you have to dig it out. I have spent as high as 3 hours digging the liner from the dip tube of a water heater out of a faucet.

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Faucets in general operate either with a one handle valve stem or valve stems that uses small pieces of rubber to precent the water flow. In a single handle model this is usually caused by mineral deposits building up and the valve not being able to fully restrict the flow of water. The fix here is usually a new stem. On models that use a two handle system and do have replaceable valve stems one must get a repacement seat from a hadware store and reinstall the stem. In extreme cases the valve body may need to be ground internally and will require a professional. If you do not a have replaceable stems than the only alternative is a new faucet. I hope this assists you and thanks for using Fix Ya.

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