[Water] Pressure Drop after adding a line

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Old 05-17-05, 07:16 PM
kywingrider
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[Water] Pressure Drop after adding a line

I really need some help figuring this out. I recently cut into the wall behind a bathroom sink and added a T to the hot and cold lines for a bar sink on the back side of the bathroom. I soldered the hot line and afte 8-10 attempts used a compression fitting on the cold line. Well, now my water pressure in the bathroom is almost nothing? I put caps on the lines I added to the T. I went under the house and can not find any leaks that might reflect I broke anything loose when I had to "shift" the pipes enough to get the t inserted. I did cut out a few inches. Any ideas or suggesions?
 
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Old 05-17-05, 07:33 PM
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Everything in the bathroom has low water pressure or just the sink?
 
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