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The kitchenette is next to the bathroom (left...

The kitchenette is next to the bathroom (left side of bathroom facing it). There is a wall that separates both rooms. The kitchenette pipes are ran through a wall (knee high - 8 to 10 feet in...
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Ok I cut in the wall today and this is what I...

Ok I cut in the wall today and this is what I found, the two top ends is actually one pipe with two ends inline. As with the two bottom ends it is actually one pipe with two ends inline. The stud...
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Kitchenette - The taps were originally capped...

Kitchenette - The taps were originally capped off, I installed shut-off valves to find out what type of water they supply. It looks like the hot is supplied from the bathroom above it and then it...
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There is not much wall in front of those pipes, I...

There is not much wall in front of those pipes, I thought it was weird seeing those 4 pipes coming out of the wall. I installed the shutoff valves to find out what type of water they supplied, I was...
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Yes. I am a little confused. To recap. The...

Yes. I am a little confused. To recap. The problem is that you do not get hot water out of the shower (when the shower cartridge is in) or the bathroom sink. I believe that you said that you get cold...
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@Handyone We bought the house last year...

@Handyone

We bought the house last year everything was in place. I'm not sure why it was done that way 3 stops are 1/2" pipe (cold water) and the other stop is a 3/4" pipe which I believe is for...
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@OptsyEagle Sorry for taking so long to post,...

@OptsyEagle
Sorry for taking so long to post, here is the skinny.
There should be a picture of the shower valve core attached to this post. When I had the water in the house off I removed the...
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@ OptsyEagle I will go down and do some...

@ OptsyEagle

I will go down and do some experimenting based off your suggestions. I have removed the shower head and capped off the line. From what I can tell is the sink receives the water...
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@ Handyone - Optsy Hanging in there. Is...

@ Handyone - Optsy

Hanging in there. Is there a way that I can blow the shower line out with air?
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@ OptsyEagle I was also thinking that the...

@ OptsyEagle

I was also thinking that the line could be clogged, when I replaced the shower cartridge with a new one while in the process of changing out the old one cold water came out(on the...
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@ Handyone The lavatory faucet is brand...

@ Handyone

The lavatory faucet is brand spanking new, (it is not the single handle mixing type) the angle stops are new. Before installing the stops the cold water side has good flow, the hot...
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@ Vermont - As far as I know the hot water pipe...

@ Vermont - As far as I know the hot water pipe is inside the house, this particular bathroom was not finished all the plumbing was already completed. From the best of my knowledge the room went...
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I changed the cartridge out, no change

I changed the cartridge out, no change
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No, this particular bathroom is downstairs not...

No, this particular bathroom is downstairs not far from the hot water heater. The hotwater heater is downstairs and so is the bathroom which is also located next to a room that should have been the...
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Question No Hot water in one bathroom out of four

At a lost I have a Price Pfister mixer faucet in this particular bathroom. I did some research on YouTube and I thought replacing the cartridge would be the answer to my problems. The cold water...
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