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Reneeladelfa1957

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Our new Outback is great, except we cannot get hot water into the Kitchen sink. We have it in the bathroom, but nowhere does it have instructions for hot water in the Kitchen...
Does anyone know the secret?
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Is there no water or is the water not hot.





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Reneeladelfa1957 wrote:

Our new Outback is great, except we cannot get hot water into the Kitchen sink. We have it in the bathroom, but nowhere does it have instructions for hot water in the Kitchen...
Does anyone know the secret?
Thank you,


There are no special instructions for hot water in the kitchen. If the water heater is working properly, you should have hot water in the kitchen sink, bathroom sink, shower and outside shower.
Do you have hot water in all of those places, except the kitchen sink?


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Yes, if you have hot everywhere but kitchen sink, it's likely plumbed to cold water side.

This is actually the first I've heard this.

It also could be reversed. See if you have hot water on the cold " right " side.

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Reneeladelfa1957 wrote:

Our new Outback is great, except we cannot get hot water into the Kitchen sink. We have it in the bathroom, but nowhere does it have instructions for hot water in the Kitchen...
Does anyone know the secret?
Thank you,


Is the kitchen faucet a one handle faucet?

While running the faucet with the handle in the middle, reach underneath and feel the hoses. Is one of them warm? KEN


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