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Old 05-07-2017, 10:38 AM   #1
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Kitchen hot water

1 week old Columbus palomino
We have hot water everywhere but kitchen
Bypass valve in correct position
We had it yesterday morning now nothing
Bathrooms good
Please help wife new to this and already going to kill me
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Old 05-07-2017, 12:41 PM   #2
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No water at all at hot, or cold on both sides?
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Old 05-07-2017, 12:43 PM   #3
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We have hot water everywhere except kitchen
Pressure and temp good except no hot water in kitchen
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Old 05-07-2017, 01:02 PM   #4
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On the hot side, is it cold, or no water at all? You know, turn it in and nothing comes out, or cold water comes out.
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Cold water comes out
Pressures good just cold
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If you had hot there before check your bypass, if never had hot trace pipes to see if both attached to cold feed.
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Old 05-07-2017, 01:42 PM   #7
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Cold water comes out
Pressures good just cold


Time to look underneath. Sounds as though they teed into main gallery for cold water 2 X instead of one for cold and one for healed water!
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If you had hot water before, then I would dismantle hot water valve on kitchen faucet and clean it from possible debris....
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Bypass is in correct position and I had hot water yesterday!!!!!
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If you had hot water before, then I would dismantle hot water valve on kitchen faucet and clean it from possible debris....
Do you get cold water when the "hot" is full blast and cold is OFF, or no or low flow?
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Old 05-07-2017, 02:22 PM   #11
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Is it a one or two handle faucet?
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Post #5 Very misleading, is it plugged or isn't it ??
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It's not plugged I never said it was
I said have good pressure EVERYWHERE but no hot water in kitchen I reiterated pressure good
What's misleading?
I have water just not hot in kitchen
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Rob, 1 or 2 handle?
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Do you have an on-demand (tankless) water heater...or a tank type?

The reason I ask, is the tankless kind have to have a certain amount of water flow for the heater to kick on. If your aerator or such in the kitchen may have become partially clogged from the other day till now, then you aren't getting enough water flow at that point for the on-demand water heater to turn on...when using that faucet.

If you have a tank type water heater, then the above is not applicable.
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It's not plugged I never said it was
I said have good pressure EVERYWHERE but no hot water in kitchen I reiterated pressure good
What's misleading?
I have water just not hot in kitchen


Don't get frustrated too early. A lot of talented guys here have just run into the wall and fell flat. You have a lot of traffic here someone is going to get it, maybe you.
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Do you have an on-demand (tankless) water heater...or a tank type?

The reason I ask, is the tankless kind have to have a certain amount of water flow for the heater to kick on. If your aerator or such in the kitchen may have become partially clogged from the other day till now, then you aren't getting enough water flow at that point for the on-demand water heater to turn on...when using that faucet.

If you have a tank type water heater, then the above is not applicable.
This is an excellent observation. When you just use the hot water side or valve alone, is the water pressure and volume the same as when you use the cold water side or valve alone?

Is the flow and pressure the same as the bathroom?

Is the kitchen sink in a slide? Perhaps the hot water pipe is pinched?

Is there an outside shower between the water source (outside connection or water pump) and the kitchen sink? It is possible the shower wand shutoff is closed and the cold/hot valves are open allowing cold water to mix with the hot when the sink is used.
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