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Posted by Anonymous on
It is air in the line. I had the same problem. To solve it you need to find the main water valve in your house, usually in the basement, and shut it off. Then go to the faucet that is giving you the problem and turn on both hot and cold and let them run for a few minutes until there is no water coming out. Leave the faucets turned on and then go back to the main valve and turn it back on. You will hear sputtering noises as the water starts coming back through. Let it run for a few minutes. I had to do it a couple of times to get all of the air out. if that is not working, then you should try to do the same thing, but also open and drain the lowest faucet in your house, like in the basement. Hope that helps. It worked for me. <!-- from fixya rte -->
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