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  1. You might have a couple different issues. How long have you lived there?...recent issue? How old is the tub faucet/shower? single handle or double ? I've run into issues with single handle tub faucets/valves from the 50's where the...

    6 Answers · Home & Garden · 12/09/2017

  2. There are a few low cost or lower cost methods you can try to use to remedy the issue. First of all check to see if the shower head is clogged and the cause of lower pressure. Remove the shower head and then run the water and see if it comes out in good...

    9 Answers · Home & Garden · 26/08/2017

  3. ... an extra drop if it looks dry. Sometimes a sharp tap in the opposite direction can help free up a seized nut/bolt. With a...

    14 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 25/04/2017

  4. ... especially bad (and easy to do) on an aluminum block because then you will have to tap the threads on the block extremely carefully. I was always ...

    5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 05/10/2016

  5. Try contacting Vokera - they have really good technical help teams who will be able to advise you

    1 Answers · Home & Garden · 05/01/2016

  6. Not sure if I understand your situation, but I'll try to help. If the splashing you get is from a poor fit right where the adapter screws into/onto the faucet spout, that's one thing. If the splashing is just caused by the pretty...

    1 Answers · Home & Garden · 01/08/2016

  7. If they are frozen, a hairdryer is safer to use than a torch. Make sure the valves are open and begin there with the hairdryer, slowly working your way back. If the valves are not open, or you begin further back you risk...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 30/11/2014

  8. ...slightly warm which means it is blocked somewhere by calcium where tapping it slightly with hammer here and there would possibly help . If there is no...

    1 Answers · Home & Garden · 09/11/2014

  9. If it gets down the drains or water courses in to streams and rivers into reseviors down the pipes to your tap and you drink it

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 01/11/2014

  10. Yes, it is safe, but I would let the water stand out in an wide mouth open mouth container or bowl or bucket over night just to be sure. This will allow any residual harmful gasses to dissipate. I use a gallon jug with no lid, and filled only ~4/5 to the top to ensure a large amount of surface area...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 13/08/2014

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