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Old 03.05.2016, 14:33
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Re: Low water pressure in Flat

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Although, if he doesn't have his own boiler then he could need two pumps, one for the hot and one for the cold - if his cold is really low pressure as well (which it is, as he wrote).

I fitted one on the shower back in the U.K. as the pressure really was quite low. It worked a treat until one of the internal seals broke and flooded downstairs very fast with high-pressure water.
That's something to consider if you are at the top of a shared building).
I have 1 pump for both hot & cold connected the the outflow of the hot & cold tanks. I am at the top of a shared building, If I go away I turn off the pump, It's actually more of an issue for the people downstairs
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