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Question DetailsAsked on 1/3/2018

The cold water in my bathroom sink works and my toilet flushes but the water in my bathtub and my kitchen doesn't.

I'm wondering if my pipes are frozen. The puzzling part is I have cold water in my bathroom sink and the toilet flushes. The water in my bathtub and kitchen doesn't work. My bathroom faucet has separate hot and cold knobs but the tub and kitchen faucet have one swaying handle.

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Which type of faucet you have does not matter unless the fuacet itself is freezing up.


Bathtub is usually less often used, and kitchen pipes are commonly on an outside wall - even the cabinet area under the sink can commonly get below freezing in very cold weather. Certainly sounds like a branch line serving the tub and kitchen is frozen up.

Answered 10 months ago by LCD




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