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The water comes out very slowly. No pressure.

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Check for debris in shower head. Could be calcium or other mineral buildup. Has the water dept. done any recent repairs/upgrades to water meter or mains? Sometimes this can loosen buildup in pipes & send it through the valve itself thus lowering pressure or stopping completely.

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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