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Old 07-11-2015, 10:09 AM   #1
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ST270BH question...

Or any TT?

It appears that my kitchen sink water pressure is not very good. The bathroom sink and shower is fine. I took my water regulator off which showed a slight improvement. Is this just normal in TT, or do I have an issue somewhere?

Also, my refrigerator literally took well over 12 hours to cool, is that normal?
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Old 07-11-2015, 10:45 AM   #2
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Have you got an aerator screen in the faucet? If so, it's normal for that to collect debris and needs to cleaned out.

In warm/hot weather it will take longer. My question is-- did it get down to temp after that time? Plus is it maintaining it?
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Thanks Lloyd. The fridge does appear to be cool and maintaining the temp I'll check it periodically.

The faucet does have a screen and it appears it cannot be removed. The bathroom faucet also has a screen but the pressure is so much better. I'll check again to see if I can remove it to clean it out.

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It's best to have a fridge thermometer in there all the time. Then you know for sure what the temp is and not be guessing.
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Check for kinks in the water line
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Old 07-11-2015, 02:41 PM   #6
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I will get a thermometer, but it seems good now.

I removed the filter screen on the kitchen sink and the water is flowing great now...

Now if I can only get my AC to blow to my front 2 vents I'll stop complaining, lol

Thanks for the help.
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Now if I can only get my AC to blow to my front 2 vents I'll stop complaining, lol

Thanks for the help.
Take one of the ceiling registers off and with a flashlight and mirror you should be able to see in there to check for obstructions.
If nothing is in there blocking it, then the next thing is make sure they closed/sealed the end of the AC tube. If not, then the cold air is just going into the attic. Then make sure the AC run is sealed where it hooks on to the ceiling registers. All of them.
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Now, how about going into the User CP and putting this info in your sig so it shows up with your posts.

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It's best to have a fridge thermometer in there all the time. Then you know for sure what the temp is and not be guessing.
For health reasons as well. Should always be less than 40. 35 is preferred.
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Old 07-12-2015, 06:06 PM   #10
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Thanks again for the input. I will be buying a thermometer this week before we head out again next weekend.

Lloyd, I am still working on the AC, I will let you know what I find. I personally think there is something in the duct blocking the air, the mirror trick should work.

I also had that in my signature, but for some reason it is not showing...
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