Low Water Pressure in upstairs bathroom

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Old 12-08-08, 11:20 AM
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Low Water Pressure in upstairs bathroom

i have always had lower water pressure in my upstairs bathroom and recently installed a new bathroom suite. I thought this would help but it didn't, needless to say i know nothing about this. The water is tank fed through copper pipes. I also had an electric shower installed but this doesn't work as the low pressure light stays on. Would installing a Combi Boiler help.
 
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Old 12-08-08, 02:50 PM
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Slow down here,

What do you mean by a bathroom suite?
What is an electric shower? does it wash for you?

Is this a hot water problem?
is this a cold water problem?

I need more info to be able to help you out.

Are you on a well or city water? what is the house water pressure measured from an outside faucet? Kitchen sink? upstairs faucet?

is this a problem with all items on the second floor?
 
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