Waiuku Water

Amy (ref Post 06 Feb) check your inlet water washing machine hose at the tap on the wall, I have to clear mine of a build up of salts from the filter about every two months.
I have had three plumber call outs in eight years to a) replace two taps in the house, and b) on one visit to remove about a dessert spoon of salts from the cold water elbow exit from the wall to the sink cold water as the water flow was greatly reduced, c) on the other to remove a calcium lump from the cold water flexy hose to the sink. An expensive exercise.

Bernard A Nicholson, Waiuku

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