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Question DetailsAsked on 1/9/2018

What is the best way to eliminate sediment from water lines after a water main shut-off?

We recently had a water heater replaced and since the work all cold water lines have a lot of brown sediment in them. This has affected all cold water lines into the faucets, showers, toilet bowls and tanks, the washing machine and (we suspect) the dishwasher. We cannot clear them no matter how many times we clear out the small filters on each faucet and shower head. What is the best way to eliminate this once and for all and get back to normal, and what might be the costs of doing so if professional help is needed, please?

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