Hi, I have a trailer, with calcium built up in my pipes, my husband was
draining the water tank and I guess got to low in the tank and picked up the
calcium deposit in the tank. Now the cold water is almost nothing coming
out of the pipes in all the cold water pipes. How do we get this out
without harming us for it also goes to the water line to the ice maker,
luckily it has not effected it yet.
We always appreciate the chance to help folks. I'm certainly happy to
answer. Is it only the cold, or is the hot pressure similarly affected? If
it is, you might try taking the little screens off the faucet spouts to see
if they're clogged.
By the way, it's probably not calcium. It's more likely lime, manganese,
or just plain rust.
Mike (The polite plumber who respects the other gender after getting his
head bitten off a few months ago by some Amazonian princess warrior. Boy,
that broad really had an attitude!)
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