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Question DetailsAsked on 2/14/2016

Why no hot water in kitchen sink and one bathroom sink

The other faucets and showers get hot but slowly. The kitchen sink hot water line is not kinked

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Below is another very recent similar question with some answers that might help - my first guess, if in a cold area, is the line froze. Obviously, one would think cold lines would freeze first, but actually hot sometimes does (especially if a long run from water heater) because hot is generally used less often, so can have more time to cool off and freeze. Because other areas are heating slowly but do get hot, that would reinforce my thought that the lines are in an unheated space like crawlspace - implying that the kitchen and one bathroom are maybe further from the hot water heater or their lines run through colder area of the basement or crawlspace ?

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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