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Air in water supply lines

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I had a leak under the kitchen sink and had a plumber replace all the lines and shut off valves - hot, cold water, ice maker and dishwasher. He also replaces the lines with PVC. Everything was fine for about 5 days, but now everytime I turn on any faucet or the shower there is a small amount of air in the line. This occurs when no water has been run in the house for several hours. What could be causing this?
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might check to see if you have another leaking faucet in the house either inside or out allowing air to enter the pipes when you turn the water on.
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