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Water pressure of hot tap gone.Don't know if related but was rearranging storage around pump/immersion in cuboard could i have done something to damage the pump?

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Look for a handle and see if you closed a cut off valve or pinched a hose if it has one. If there are no leaks you probably did this.

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