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you probrably have air in the line, turn on other taps in your house then that one and let it run for a minute or two. that should fix it

How did the air get in the line Chris??

if the water to the home was shut off, with this tap closed, then all the air in the now empty lines would be forced to this tap when the water is turned back on. especially if this tap was not used rite away but the others were.

Check you bleeder caps on your hose bibb cut-off valves. They may be slightly loose and allowing air into the line. Contact me at www.guardianinspections.com for further information.

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