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    Water pressure poor? Simple in-home maintenance tips!

    A recent trip back to the baan prompted this post although this may apply anywhere in the World, particularly where suburban or rural water supply is frequently interrupted and from a very local source.

    Nearly all home appliances: washing machines, tap-ware, bum-guns, shower HW units etc, have in-line gauze filters.



    These may clog up very quickly and lead to an overall sluggish supply within the house.

    Turn of water supply and clean all filters on either the inlet side of washing machine/HW shower unit, or in the tap/bum-gun itself.





    Cheers, Rob.
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    Correct KR, here in Oz had a shower with fek all pressure and when had plumber handy he took that part out , though he did mentioned it was not a done thing by plumbers who are there to conserve water 555.

    Water Pump here in Baan, kindly donated towards has great pressure and is the envy of others in the village. Washed the dog today, nearly blew him across the yard when turned on the tap 555
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    So thats where that song came from..."Rovin in the Joven"

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    Should have titled this "dog wash and bum gun fix" 55 The latter being an essential piece of equipment!
    Cheers, Rob.
    Lifes journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well-preserved body, but to skid in sideways totally worn out, shouting: holy s.h.i.t what a ride!

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