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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
MOST LIKELY YOU HAVE A CLOG AT THE SEAT ON THE INSIDE OF THE FAUCET, TYPICALLY SAND, PEBBLES, OR PIPE SEALANT. TURN THE WATER OFF, UN-SCREW THE HANDLE, REMOVE THE SET SCREW LOCATED INSIDE THE HANDLE BODY, PULL THE HANDLE BODY UP, LOOSEN THE NUT, REMOVE THE SEATS AND STEM AND UN-CLOG THEM.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
There are several nuts on a faucet but I'm assuming you mean the plastic nuts that hold the faucet to the sink. They many times do jam up. To get them off you need to use a large flat head screw driver and a hammer and chisel them off. Chisel from the outside edge in toward the threads on two different sides.
Posted on May 23, 2010
To find install manuals for Prive PFister go to http://www.pricepfister.com/bath/bath_product_documentation.aspx.
You will need to know either the model number or the collection name of your fixture.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
Turning the water off, letting it drain from pipes, then turning it back on can cause debris inside the pipes to loosen and clog your aerator or flow constrictor in the faucet.
Or your new faucet could have an aggressive flow restrictor. You can sometime remove the restrictor or use a drill to increase the size of the hole if its a simple plastic washer.
Posted on May 05, 2012
Check the supply line and valve to see if any dirt or foreign.matter got into the line or valve when you changed out your faucet. if this is not the problem you may have a faulty faucet. You may be able to back flush the faucet with a garden hose by leaving the hot side open, but you will get wet. If you used Teflon tape on the supply line and it is a compression fitting, some of the tape could be blocking the water. for more info go to waterheaterflush.com
Posted on Oct 17, 2012
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