Utility water, or a well? Either way, that's WAY too high, and
it's a wonder any of your faucets will shut off anymore.
If it's utility water, talk to them. If it's a well, your
regulator is shot and needs to be replaced. The 80 number makes
me think it's a well - utility pressue wouldn't change from
running hte water unless there was a regulator with hysterisis
controlling the pressure.
Don't just bandaid it; find the cause. The other poster was
right: 40-50 is a usual pressure setting. That way it doesn't
blow the water rught back into your face when you try to fill a
glass or a bowl wiht water. Must be a nice, fast flow though
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