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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your water heater is old or has been recently replaced, it will slough off debris that will get caught in the hot water supply side of the faucet. You have to disassimble the faucet and use a dental pic to remove the debris from it. This is a real common occurance. You can also try to flush out that side by removing the parts and then slowly turning on the water without the parts inside. Be careful not to flood your bathroom when you do this. But usually you have to dig it out. I have spent as high as 3 hours digging the liner from the dip tube of a water heater out of a faucet.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
EVERYONE WANTS TO MAKE EVERYTHING PLASTIC THESE DAYS. REMOVE PLASTIC LINE AND REPLACE WITH 1/4" FLEXIBLE COPPER ( ANY KIND ) JUST PICKUP A SMALL ROLL AT A HARDWARE STORE. MAKE SURE YOU GET A COUPLE OF FITTINGS, NUTS AND/OR FERRELS. HOPE THIS HELPS, JODY
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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