No Hot Water To Kitchen Sink Only. Cold water works fine everywhere and the pressure is quite good. Hello, it's a gravity water tank system.
The second option is an under sink model that’s tankless, meaning there is no storage of hot water. I'm guessing that if water comes out of both lines the water supply lines are pinched or plugged somewhere aft between those drains and the kitchen sink. If you do not get water from these 2 items then the problem is in the supply piping.
Already Had A Plumber Come And Replace The Cartridge (He Said It Looked Immaculate, But Replaced It Just In Case).
The only other possibilities are a clogged faucet (not too likely) maybe blocked shut offs under the sink (this would explain no water to the dishwasher also) and possibly a bad diverter in the faucet. It is conceivable (but less likely)that the obstruction is farther upstream on the hot water pipe leading to the kitchen sink. This scenario is less likely however, because when the aerator is plugged, you normally get no hot or cold water.
The Solution Is To Replace The Pipes.
You should have water flowing out of each low point drain (cold from the blue and hot from the red). Our faucet looks like this, with a single lever to switch between hot/cold. Use hot water recirculation systems.
We Have A Price Pfister Single Handle And There Is No Problem With The Water Pressure From Both Hot And Cold.
There is hot water in the bath and bathroom sink. Open the shutoff valve under the sink all the way, and see if that makes a difference to the faucet. The systems are fitted with a thermostat.
The Cold Side Works Just Fine, But Turning The Handle To The Hot Side Results In The Flow Of Water Stopping.
If you do not get water from these 2 items then the problem is in the supply piping. Chemicals in the water can coat and plug smaller passage ways in the valves and tubing connections. The kitchen sink and shower will have hot water for about 5 seconds and then turn cold.
If The Shut Off Was Not Closed Then I Suspect Sediment Has Clogged Something.
If it goes below a specific temperature, the heater raises it to the set. I turn the knob to the cold and hot side, but it doesn't affect what temp of water comes out. Not sure what could be wrong.