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Re: No water to the house [Re: osu1fan2002] #940571
06/12/18 02:48 PM
06/12/18 02:48 PM
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Jeffersonville, IN
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Will do, I am thinking it has to be close to the inlet pipe as nothing has water. If it was just one faucet or tub it would be a little easier.

Re: No water to the house [Re: osu1fan2002] #940576
06/12/18 04:54 PM
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If you have one isolated cold water valve like maybe a washing machine. Maybe put a little air pressure on it after you turn off the main water. Do not exceed what the water pressure normally is by much. It could be a stuck check valve.

Or you could just back feed cold water on washer from out side hose and see what faucets have cold water then. Could be a short term fix.

At least until after your shower. smile wink

Last edited by code_ceis; 06/12/18 04:56 PM.

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Re: No water to the house [Re: osu1fan2002] #940584
06/12/18 06:10 PM
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Never heard of such a problem that did not involve the above suggestions, so I can't wait to hear the fix.

Re: No water to the house [Re: osu1fan2002] #940629
06/13/18 09:24 PM
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So I have cold water coming to the washing machine outlet, so thinking about cutting away pipe at the water softener and going from there.

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