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Low Pressure in Hot Water Line - Water Heater Q & A

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May 9, 2013 6:21:00 AM

Low Pressure in Hot Water Line

Water Heater Q & A - Ask the Plumber 

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Question"We have low pressure in our hot water line. We have done everything including cutting pipes, looking for debris at elbows, using a snake to free debris and using an air compressor to blow the line. What else can we do?"
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