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« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2017, 09:34:34 pm »

donc13, that is a good idea on a regulator change.   At one time, I put full 80 psi water into the PC in attempt to change water flow and it did help.  You gotta be careful in hooking up because some  water supplies tend to surge and then decrease.  Besides protection, a regulator working properly should assure a rather constant psi in your plumbing.  

After I modified the disc in the faucet strainer, all now seems to be acceptable.  It just increased the water flow quite a bit.  

I may take your thought and buy a regulator like you linked.   Would you believe my regulator is solid, real brass and made in the USA?  That tells you how many years (and rigs) I have used it.  It tests out to work perfectly, but an adjustable regulator would be nice.  

Paul
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