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Old 12-29-2009, 07:57 PM   #1
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Something weird is happening! The hot and cold water is fine in one of the bathrooms, the other bathroom only the cold water works, and in the kitchen neither of them work??? What could be the problem????? Any help????
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Old 12-29-2009, 08:08 PM   #2
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Take a second to update your profile so we can help with your questions. It would be nice to know aprox. where you are located so we have an idea what the temperature is in your area. Could use more info also. Was everything working fine the day before and today it didn't, etc.? Possible frozen pipe?
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That is what i was thinking but i am not actuallly there. My parents are at their trailer in Gettysburg and it worked last time they were there fine. I already had them check if the faucets were clogged and they were not. Is it possible for some of the faucets in the place to work and not other ones??
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How cold has it been and has the place been heated all the time? It certainly could "catch" a pipe (freeze one) if the weather has been cold enough or if a line is exposed to a cold enough draft somewhere under the trailer

Is this place lived in all the time? Is it a travel trailer or a trailer/mobile/modular home?
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Old 12-29-2009, 08:42 PM   #5
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It has been in the 40's mainly during the day except for recently, in the 20's. The modular home is not lived in at all times, just every weekend or every other but when not in use the lines get drained at least that is what they told me. I think they might have got frozen but i wanted to see if it could have been something different.
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