After I dropped my phone in the bathroom sink; water was running...the flash was intermittent and now it is on all the time...draining my battery and the phone is hot. I have taken out the battery to dry, although it does not appear to be wet.
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You probably have a short somewhere in the phone. Open any access points, take out battery, mop up any visible liquid with a q-tip. Keep it in warm very dry area for 3-4 days (lots of air movement will help) and it will probably dry out inside. Connect battery again briefly, if flash still burns, leave for another few days. Fan heater on very low may help here, put the phone about where you would put a baby. Still not right, you probably have a fused contact point and need a repair.
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the only way to get 'salt water' from any tap in your home is to have a water softener operating there. Most likely the culprit is calcium from your hot water heater as a result of local hard water.
If this is in fact the case, the aforementioned water softener may be your solution. You can also periodically flush out your water heater to dispose of mineral build up inside it, or reduce the tempurature it operates at.
Suppose you plugged the drain of the sink and filled the basin with water, then removed the plug. I must think that only after the basin empties you would get the sewer smell, and the smell would persist until you slowly ran some more water. If you try this, and this is the result, then the problem is that the sewer vent (that is supposed to prevent the water in the trap under the sink from being sucked down the drain) is not working right. If this is a new problem then you may be able to clear what is probably a blocked vent pipe. If this bathroom has always had this problem, then you have a poorly designed or executed vent pipe setup that you can only fix it with some surgery to your plumbing. However, to clean the vent you can try pouring a good bit of drain cleaner down the vent pipe on the roof, followed by water. But because there may be several vent pipes sharing the same vent stack out the roof, the drain cleaner may not get to your blockage and may simply go down a different path. Good luck.
If you live in a hard water area, you probably have some buildup on the seals. You might be able to clear it by just running water through it, but most of the time, you might have to take the faucet off and soak in vinegar or replace the seals/cartridge.
I think these have a water pressure s/w or water movement s/w id replace the aerator 1st to a non water saver one or if possible remove water flow reducer looks like a metal washer .. if this not help you may need to replace the pressure s/w...in tank..
You always need to vent a sink. If you do not vent the sink it will create a vacume and **** water, or air from the nearest fixture.. example, if you connect to the sewer line near a bath tub, when you run the sink water it will **** air from the bath tub drain. If it sucks a lot of air, you will smell the sewer odor since the water is no longer blocking it.
If you cannot run the vent to the roof, there is an in wall vent valve called a studor vent that may work. Get with someone at Lowes or Home depot to show you one.
Moving left to right: I am not an expert, but I have installed a fair number of faucets. Seems like a basic issue of just getting under the sink and tightening up. Make sure someone is topside to assure the faucet stays straight and does not move as you tighten up below. It is never easy to get a wrench and your hands in the proper position to tighten up the nut, but don't give up try a smaller Channel lock wrench if necessary.