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Plumbing • Answered on Apr 28, 2021

Check level switches ,pump connections , debris blockage ,possible pump failing

Plumbing • Answered on Apr 28, 2021

It will be in the kit or take the stem to the store with you to plumbing and they will fix you up.

Plumbing • Answered on Apr 28, 2021

They are very easy to do but you need to locate a washer kit for the stem assembly. Lowes, Home Depot, local hardware store etc.

Plumbing • Answered on Apr 28, 2021

Partial blockage vent clog / damage

Plumbing • Answered on Apr 25, 2021

sory but i do not see any fancy stuff here so call a local service to assist you with it

Plumbing • Answered on Apr 23, 2021

If it has a compression fitting it is easy. If it is soldered on, not quite so easy as you need a gas torch, steel wool, flux and solder. Plumbers

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Plumbing • Answered on Apr 21, 2021

Take it loose from the faucet and flip the lever down on the filter in the on position. Take the cap off and remove the filter. Blow hard through it. You should hear a whirling noise of a gear, like a windmill. If not, I use a water dental pic to pulsate into it and clean it out. This is what makes the light work and when flow goes down, the light changes color. It's all mechanical. No battery. Just free up the gear so it turns freely to work the light. If standing in front of a mirror, you can actually see the light come on. PUR doesn't tell you this because they want you to purchase another one.

Buck Plumbing • Answered on Apr 15, 2021

First check the aerator at the tip of the faucet where water comes out. Unscrew to check for blockage. If water still does not run, most likely a problem in the body of the faucet. Is faucet still under warranty? If you try taking the faucet apart remember to turn off the water supply lines at the angle/strait stops under the sink. Recommend replacing faucet.

Price Pfister... • Answered on Apr 09, 2021

It should be 1 1/4 into the well tank but can be reduced after that. Reducing the line before well tank may cause the well pump to run in excess trying build pressure and shorten lifespan of pum.

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