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Old 01-16-05, 04:51 AM
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I had a plumber take all the polybuylene out of my house and now one of the faucets in the upstairs bath runs only a small amount of cold water. I just moved in so don't know if it was like that before. Before I call him back, do you think the shut off he installed is faulty? I can change it myself if it needs it or perhaps clean out something init but wanted anopinion before I get under the sink as my old back is cautious these days.
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Old 01-16-05, 05:33 AM
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Since it is only one fixture, I would say that the valve is bad or plugged. If you feel like it, you could disconnect the tubing at the valve and hold a rag over the opening and turn it on and off 2 or 3 times to clear it. This would also let you know if the valve itself is bad. Good luck.
 
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I'll give that test a try and thanx, Dragon.
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