I thought this story was interesting because it tends to happen very often and we from Hot water cylinders ltd end up getting the phone calls to investigate and repair. In this scenario some cylinder guy replaced the hot water cylinder and forgot to remove the transport thread protection, completing the installation with this inserted into the pipe. After the installation was complete this “bung” found its way to the valve blocking any flow of water. the poor home owner was not sure what to think of it for over 4 weeks and put up with the low pressure thinking it may have been normal until he picked up the phone and made the call.. “Uhm.. excuse me.. if I have a mains pressure cylinder should it be dribbling out of my shower head?” Well.. NO of course not.
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OTHER REASONS YOU MAY HAVE LOW PRESSURE AFTER A MAINS PRESSURE INSTALLATION INCLUDE:
- The non return valve was installed incorrectly (opposite way in reverse)
- Debris from the installation found its way to the strainer in the tempering valve blocking flow
- Transport bungs are not removed
- The incoming diffuser has accidentally been pushed into the tank causing a blockage
- Pipework is kinked restricting flow
- Pipework badly brazed restricting flow
- Pipework badly crimped restricting flow
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