Originally Posted By: jmichalski
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OK, I admit plumbing is the weakest of all my skills. This one has me stumped. Water pressure at the hose bib is outstanding. Copper tubing, with what appears to be recent modifications (see photo).
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The pipe to the right is the supply to the home, coming directly from the meter to this point. The tee witha reduction in diameter I have questions about.
Add to it that we have VERY low flow at the kitchen sink and tub/shower. Any ideas on the cause? (Other than the ubiquitous - evaluations and correction (if necessary) by a qualified plumber is recommended)?