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Bath sink hot tap doesn,t turn open fully

Bath sink hot tap wont turn open fully

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I have a single faucet Koehler for the kitchen sink. Cold and warm water are fine. When I turn it to hot, there is a tapping sound and the water spits out instead of a steady stream.


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I have a BOSCH 425N tanlkess hot water heater. In order to get hot water to flow to the sink taps, I need to turn more than one tap on (eg. if I want hot water at kitchen sink I must also turn a bathroom...


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The hot water is not coming out the tap in the bath,only slight dribble,it wont turn on fully also.


possibly some sediment caught in the cartridge or stem. put some water in a bowl or sink, turn the water off to the fixture, remove the cartridge or stem, flush the cartridge or stem in the water, check for blockage inside valve body, replace parts, turn on water.

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this can be a water presure issue with your mains or maybe the inlet tap to your machine is not open fully i would surgest checking the connection tap is open fully & allowing the maximum amount of water through to your machine.. if you sink taps run slow then this would be a sign of your water mains presure needing attention.. presure can also be reduced by using water around the house at the same time as the machine is on for example running a bath, dishwasher, flushing the toilet etc.

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When I turn on the cold water tap in the Bathroom Sink the water comes out in a very slow drip or not at all, the CW bath tap is ok


Confirm that the shut-off valve under the sink is open all the way. If it is, then close it and remove the cold water tap. If this is a single handle tap you will of course have to turn off the hot water shut off under the sink too.
With the tap removed and a bucket and towel handy, open the cold water shutoff just a little bit. If water comes rushing out, the problem is obviously with the tap. You may be able to clean or repair it, or you may have to replace it.

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