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ANY I HAVE EVER SEEN HAVE USE A SETSCREW THAT NEEDS LOOSENED .GO SEE A RETAILER OF THAT MAKE AND HAVE THEM SHOW YOU .

Grohe Plumbing | 112 views | 0 helpful votes


Sounds like air in the line. bleed it at the wall supply line.

Have a rag handy and loosen the line till it sputters then open(turn on) faucet. turn off and tighten line.

Mike

Plumbing | 146 views | 0 helpful votes


The cartridges, yes, sounds like they are nearing their end. As they do shut off, I see no problem in letting them go for awhile; but eventually they will reach a point where they will drip (not shut off completely). Personally I prefer OEM cartridges, not aftermarket.

Plumbing | 94 views | 0 helpful votes


refer to instruction.
Move the filter handle toward you to activate the filtered water

Plumbing | 204 views | 0 helpful votes


your pressure switch must be bad

Plumbing | 84 views | 0 helpful votes


duh??? what is it?

Plumbing | 87 views | 0 helpful votes


open up the stopcock valve inside that is connected to it. All outside taps must have a shutoff valve inside so you can drain down in winter.

Or, the washer has come off the spindle.

Plumbing | 78 views | 0 helpful votes


impeller cavitating [air trapped] impeller damage --bearings --debris

Little Giant... | 104 views | 0 helpful votes


Screw off end at gooseneck (aerator). Inside aerator are two pieces. 1st= flow restrictor, 2nd= strainer. Remove the O ring too free up the two piece. Remove the first piece (that's the one you will be looking at the screwed off end) the other piece form the water to flow in a straight stream.

Plumbing | 606 views | 0 helpful votes

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