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Old 04-10-2013, 10:19 AM  
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Hello everyone! My name is pat. First time on this site and I need major help. Please



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Old 04-10-2013, 11:26 AM  
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Welcome to the site; I don't know about the majors but we do have a few generals hanging around. How old is your house and what problems have got. You should post the problem in the correct forum, like plumbing or electic.



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Old 04-10-2013, 03:29 PM  
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You can get great help here for home repair. Psychological counseling is doubtful if you need "major help." If you DO get something useful, remember to "Like" the response ... it lets people know they were valuable to you. If you get something sarcastic ... well, consider the price of admission.

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Old 04-11-2013, 06:02 AM  
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You can get great help here for home repair. Psychological counseling is doubtful if you need "major help." If you DO get something useful, remember to "Like" the response ... it lets people know they were valuable to you. If you get something sarcastic ... well, consider the price of admission.
Hahah I dont need psych help. I replaced my bladder tank and pressure switch and my water pressure has diminishied alot.. it worked for a few days after but now. No pressure
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Check your incoming water pressure, if you turned off a main, you may have a problem there.

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Hi, Pat. to the forum. Your pressure switch could be bad, or set too low, or you could've gotten some trash (sand, rust, etc) in the water line going into the switch.

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We're glad to have you Pat!

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Thanks for the help guys. It was a clogged filter.



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