Bathtub water saver faucet

Old 01-24-08, 05:11 PM
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Bathtub water saver faucet

HELP! We put in a water saver bathtub faucet and now the water flow is more like a trickle. Are there any tricks that can increase the water flow or do I need to get a new faucet???
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A water saver faucet does exactly that - saves water by reducing flow..... You got exactly what you paid for... Replace it with the original... and toss that POS into the trash....
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Note that all modern faucets are governed by regulations concerning water flow and usage.What isn't governed is how that is accomplished.It may or may not be a part of the unit which can be removed or modified.

I'm assuming your faucet is one that is designed to use even less water than the regulations mandate.

I agree with the previous post,Install a "normal" faucet which will give you decent water flow and be at least somewhat water saving.

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