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Sounds like air in the line. bleed it at the wall supply line.

Have a rag handy and loosen the line till it sputters then open(turn on) faucet. turn off and tighten line.

Mike

Plumbing | Answered on May 19, 2019


there is setting in breaker if you know about these thing then there is a screw for setting...move it and set it..

Plumbing | Answered on May 16, 2019


It sounds like water hammer, if the noise is in other faucets it is. There should be some air cushions in the water lines (air columns), they need to be drained, they behave like shock absorbers eliminating the chatter as water goes through the valve. This will definitely reduce the flow a little.

Plumbing | Answered on May 15, 2019


Unscrew and check the aerator. A lot of times when changing a fixture you will stir up debris in the supply line. When installing a new fixture remove the aerator when turning on for the first time to flush the line.

Plumbing | Answered on May 14, 2019


refer to instruction.
Move the filter handle toward you to activate the filtered water

Plumbing | Answered on May 11, 2019


someone try to shut them off and turned them the wrong way and broke the screw valves, need to replace the faucet

Plumbing | Answered on May 09, 2019


As long as they are the same type, that is, 1/3 HP, 1/2 HP etc the discharge lines are standard 1.5".

Plumbing | Answered on May 08, 2019


If you tried using a typical 1/2 to 3/8 faucet connector such as https://www.homedepot.com/p/3-8-in-Compression-x-1-2-in-FIP-x-20-in-Braided-Polymer-Faucet-Connector-B1-20A-F/100459572, and it didn't work then ignore this answer, else...

Plumbing pipe size can be misleading due to the fact the pipe diameter is based on outer diameter and the inner diameter varies with wall thickness. To determine standard pipe diameter you measure the outer diameter and subtract 1/8".

The typical 1/2 inch pipe has an outer diameter of 5/8" and like wise a a 1/4" inner diameter pipe is a 3/8". So likely the typical faucet connector is correct. But you may have something unusual so FYI.

Plumbing | Answered on May 05, 2019


thats one way --get a coupling and cut clean and glue --buy 2 couplings and pipe encase its a long crack and need to replace a section

Plumbing | Answered on May 04, 2019


is hot water pressure low at all faucets..if so, suspect a clogged or faulty hot water heater.

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 28, 2019


Replace the pressure balance unit.

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 27, 2019


I assume you are referring to the Hangrohe. https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfimages/a7/a79e5618-65fc-4e21-9a59-dd8bcc4773aa.pdf
It appears there are detents that hold the handle so push ON and pull OFF. Firm grip and pull should remove the handle. Although, if yours has leaked for weeks/months, corrosion/deposits under handle may make it difficult. If coldle hand doesn't budge, try removing the hot as it has not been leaking and may pop off with less effort. Then go after the other. Note; you may as well replace both cartridges.


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Plumbing | Answered on Apr 22, 2019

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