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Old 08-29-2016, 07:34 PM   #1
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Just lost almost all my water pressure, only at the bathroom sink???

Shower, kitchen, everything else has plenty of water, but the bathroom sink just lost all but a trickle of cold and hot.

I looked back there, no obvious kinks.

Whassup?
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Have you checked the screw in aerator screens, pin holes (if equipped) for blockage?

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Second the thought of checking the aerator screen. One question- is it a dual handle or single handle sink. if single could be something blocking in the valve.
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Second the thought of checking the aerator screen. One question- is it a dual handle or single handle sink. if single could be something blocking in the valve.
Two handles.

Where would I look, at the spigot?

Do I need to take it off and blow it out backwards, to loosen up any crud?

Yes, I realize I would need to kill the water to the trailer first.
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Faucet Aerator....unscrew it and clean it

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Old 08-30-2016, 07:27 AM   #6
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Oh, got you. I understand now. I was thinking you meant something back in the lines.

So, would THIS be the problem? (See attachment)

The fresh water tank used to fill up slowly while hooked up to city water. I kept running the tank empty with the electric pump to clear out crud from the check valve.

Would something like this maybe have been my issue there, as well?

I ran it last week again, and it seems to have cleared out the bypass leak, and now immediately afterward, this chunk of crud appears just a few feet from that pump.
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