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Check the supply line and valve to see if any dirt or foreign.matter got into the line or valve when you changed out your faucet. if this is not the problem you may have a faulty faucet. You may be able to back flush the faucet with a garden hose by leaving the hot side open, but you will get wet. If you used Teflon tape on the supply line and it is a compression fitting, some of the tape could be blocking the water. for more info go to waterheaterflush.com

Price Pfister... | Answered on May 15, 2019


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Price Pfister... | Answered on Feb 08, 2019


1 under the sink turn off both water supplies
2 disconnect the supply lines at the on/off valve EZer than at faucet
3 under sink unscrew the retaining nut(s)
4 on top wiggle or pry the faucet and lift up and remove.
5 know you can replace the spout and don't forget the new O ring that's why it leaks anyway. you really just need the new washer O ring .
6 Reinstall check for leaks
7 caulk around faucet.

Hope this helps Mike

Price Pfister... | Answered on May 31, 2018


Okay.

Here is what I would suspect at this point:
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- Incorrect air pressure in tank, or

- Clogged filters

To check air pressure:
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Empty tank and check pressure -- it should be 7 PSI.

Note: There is a rubber bladder in the tank in which the water is stored -- if this bladder is ruptured, the air pressure in the tank will not hold.

So, adjust air pressure, try system again. If it works for a while and then stops, empty tank and check air pressure for 7 PSI.

Clogged filters?
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If the system doesn't work when tank pressure is adjusted, empty tank and check pressure again. If pressure is still 7 PSI, then replace filters.

If tank pressure is not 7 PSI at this juncture, it's probably a ruptured bladder and the tank will have to be replaced. But before you take that tack we should "talk" again.


Please let me know the results...

thanks

Charlie

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P.S. I'm assuming you have adequate water pressure on your household system. You're not noticing a drop in pressure anywhere else in the house -- is that correct?

Price Pfister... | Answered on May 08, 2018


I had the same problem. The Price Pfister web site recommends removing the handle (unscrew the dome cap, then remove the phillips screw to get the handle off) then tightening the retaining ring (I used channel lock pliers on largest setting. It worked. However the retaining ring is plastic on some models, and they recommend replacing it with a brass one. I haven't taken that step yet, we'll see how it goes (mine is plastic).

Price Pfister... | Answered on Feb 25, 2018


If you just installed it check to see if it has a water saving feature that in some homes and almost restrict all the water force

Price Pfister... | Answered on Feb 18, 2018


Back to the basics...did you turn the hot water shutoff back on? Is it a multi-turn shutoff or a 1/4-turn one? If it was old, and multi-turn, the washer could be shot, and it is all clogged. Try disconnecting the hose and see if you can get any flow into a bucket from the connection.

There could be some crud caught inside of the cartridge, so you might need to remove it and flush it out. Price Pfister single handle sink faucet no hot water

Price Pfister... | Answered on Feb 12, 2018


There should be a nut hatched to faucet. If not there look in cabinet.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Jan 13, 2018


No be sure water is off. Take this apart with still being supplied will cause you a lot of trouble, wife will be very unhappy.
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Price Pfister... | Answered on Dec 30, 2017


The valve body was installed too close to the front of the wall. Open up the wall and set it back per the instructions or live with it.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Dec 30, 2017


Google your faucet and add how to fix leak there is a video on there site that shows you how to do it .

Price Pfister... | Answered on Dec 09, 2017


if your faucet is new....the spout was put together wrong and it needs to be removed and re-attached correctly...(friction washer/ring in wrong position).....if not new....spray some penetrating oil on the connection that is supposed to swivel....make sure the surface is dry and try to avoid overspray. let it sit for 15 min...then spray it again...and again let it sit ....after sitting for a few minutes.....gently try to move the spout side to side...if no change...repeat the first processs...and continue to repeat until it becomes moveable....once moveable....detach the spout.....dry out and remove any foreign matter from the connection side on the faucet...then apply a small amount of faucet grease to the connection threads and the inside barrel....a thin even coat ...excess grease will clog your aerator...don't use too much....now repeat the cleaning and lubricating process on the removed spout connector....reassemble.....remove aerator....turn on the water and flush....replace the aerator....turn water on full blast....check for leaks and for swing...it should swivel now ....if not...loosen the connection nut a tad and try again....if still no swing....you are missing a friction ring somewhere in the connection and it needs to be replaced before you will be able to swing the spout.....good luck...

Price Pfister... | Answered on Dec 04, 2017

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