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Just because the valves are open doesn't guarantee that the washer in the valve hasn't broken loose blocking the flow
The first thing to try is to take the control valve for these fixtures apart and check to be sure they aren't clogged
If you have no flow in both hot and cold then the aerators on the faucets probably need to be cleaned or replaced
there is no aerators on the one in the batroom, and there is no flow there
cold the dishwasher have anything to do with it?
the dishwasher should have its own supply line
it's not getting anything but a trekkle like the kitchen sink.
what type of piping is in the house?
any galvanized piping?
and there is still none in the bathroom sink thats very close to the kitchen area
copper. the house was bulit
then you need to pull the shut offs apart and see if they are clogged
not sure what shutoffs are, or located.
shut offs = valves
you said all the valves are open, they may be but that doesn't mean they aren't broken
under the sink?
what about the dishwasher?
it should have it's own valve or may share one with the kitchen sink
You have to shut the water off and pull the valves apart one at a time
if you don't see a loose washer you turn the water back on and see if you have flow at the valve
same answer for everything
you either have a common valve for the problem fixtures or you check them individually
would one vavle clog both hot,and cold water
not if other fixture work ok
i can't get cold, or hot from anyone of them.
no water from any fixture in the house?
no, just stated areas.
then you need to follow the procedure I outlined before
ok. i'll see what i can do.
the only way to get to the bottom of this is to find out where the water stops flowing
since you have some working fixtures the shut offs for the problem fixtures is the first place to start
if i have to call a plumber, about what kind of money am i looking at?
No way to tell. If he finds the problem fairly quickly then under $200
would the vavles themselves be clogged, or lines leading into them.
valves are most likely
water lines seldom clog unless they are galvanized or kinked
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