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Turn off the hot & cold water supply lines at the shut-off valves.
Yo need to use the correct replacement cartridge for the faucet you are fixing
The cartridge replacement procedure requires using food grade silicone lubricant around the base of the new cartridge and around the threads of the bonnet.
Then you must properly align the 2 bumps on the bottom of the cartridge with the inside body of the faucet.
Insert and tighten down the bonnet that holds the cartridge in place to where it is snug- do not over tighten the bonnet!
Then reinstall the trim piece and lever.
Slowly, fully open the hot and cold water shut-offs and check for leaks at the shut offs, sink handle, and spout.
If you are using the Watts brand floodsafe supply lines, turn the hot and cold water shut-offs, on slowly. Rapid flow and pressure may activate the floodsafe valve within the supply line, causing little to no water flow to the faucet.
You need to hook that to the hot water line...often the dishwasher will work better if you even run water to the sink and get the water hot before starting the dishwasher....they will keep the water hot but do not have a strong enough element to heat cold water hot enough to do a good job for you...
The plumbers screwed up when they installed your showers. There are two connections on each shower. one for hot and one for cold. they connected the two hot water lines together with a T fitting and then ran a line to the main hot water line and tied it in. Then they connected the two cold water fittings with a T and ran that line to the main hot water line and tied it in there instead of into a cold water line like they were suppose to. This is the only possible logical solution to this problem. They tied your cold water connections to both showers into a hot water line instead of a cold water line.
sounds like the water line is frozen before it gets to heater. You can take a blow dryer and try to thaw the line.You should be able to hook up a hose on the hot side of water heater. turn valve off so it wont flow into house.You can turn on hot water valve on in kitchen but you will have to thaw cold and hot line. Make sure you know where water shut off is to the house just in case a line breaks.