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 No running water in kitchen
Author: Marke7962 (FL)

Today we had our outdoor sprinkler system capped off. Later in the afternoon I had no water pressure in kitchen, but rest of house is fine. Now I have no water in the kitchen at all. Is it coincidental or could the kitchen line be hooked up to the sprinklers.

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 Re: No running water in kitchen
Author: North Carolina Plumber (NC)

Maybe the aerator on the end of the spout is clogged. Turning the water off and back on frequently dislodges debris that can become trapped in an aerator. Even if the kitchen were connected to the sprinklers you would still have hot water there, which further suggest the aerator is at fault.



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 Re: No running water in kitchen
Author: Pipe runner (AZ)

and if not in the aerator also right at the angle stop itself debris can collect and cause same issue.

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