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  • #16
    Re: Very odd Hot->Cold problem

    Originally posted by MrsSeatDown View Post
    There is a good guy in your town that is on the forum. I am sure he can help you.

    sent him a PM - thanks


    • #17
      Re: Very odd Hot->Cold problem

      You don't have a faucet or piping problem. Your issue is most likely the tankless coil on the boiler. It should have a mixing valve. Have your plumber check it for scaling. Have you had the boiler serviced this year? You might also have a problem with the limit switch.


      • #18
        Re: Very odd Hot->Cold problem

        i appreciate the quick replies - but people need to read the whole thread... the rest of the house is working fine - i'm pretty sure we've isolated this to a cartridge problem in an old Moen shower control - just wondering if that could have an effect on a sink in the same bathroom... from what i've researched online, seems it can...

        next problem - in a shut off valve (main) that doesn't seem to close all the way (after it's cranked - water still slips by) - can that be adjusted, or does that need to be replaced entirely... in order for me to tackle the cartridge problem, i need to shut the main - but after trying to do so, i'm still getting water to flow by the valve...


        • #19
          Re: Very odd Hot->Cold problem


          it sounds like your having some erratic behaver with your plumbing system.

          sometimes it's not that easy to figure these things out without being there. i understand and apprectiate your enthusiasm, and with all do respect i think you need to call in a plumber.

          i would call an electrician if i was having electrical problems.