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After replacing the faucet hose of my kitchen sink, I no longer have pressure when opening it. Where is the problem?

The replacing a faucet hose should not affect the water pressure at the tap. It must be checked if the hose is not bent, if one of the joints at the ends of the hose has not been incorrectly positioned, or if the intervention has not moved limestone that would accumulate behind the nozzle of the tap. It must then be disassembled (it is screwed), and clean the filter behind.

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