Replaced faucet, now no cold water

Old 02-20-17, 03:34 PM
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Replaced faucet, now no cold water

Good evening,

Hoping for some helpful tips.

I replaced my kitchen faucet (Glacier, Keelia now I have no cold water. I have flushed the valve; disconnected and reconnected the lines, nothing.

Any suggestions?
Old 02-20-17, 03:46 PM
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Welcome to the forums! Elementary, but did you turn both stop valves completely on?
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You should remove the supply line for the hot side turn on and shoot into a bucket to check for hot water. If you get hot water and you re-connect with same problem. Then your cartridge is bad and needs to be replaced.
Old 02-20-17, 09:54 PM
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If your faucet has integrated supply lines another possibility is the cold line is blocked. If your angle stops are old, turning them off and on could have sent debris into the faucet supply line.
The blockage is usually caused by a disintegrating washer in the valve.

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