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Just installed a new GB 823564, previous faucet had great water pressure After installation of the new I had much lower pressure. Same supply lines etc. removed the aerator no problem

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  • Dan Apthorp Dec 03, 2016

    Sorry --At the bottom of your comment you said Removed the aerator no problem. I read into this that you had no problem after you removed the aerator so I felt it was plugged.

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If it works after you removed the aerator then its possible you had dirt in the lines and the aerator is partly plugged. Take apart and clean the screen.

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