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kgladfelter

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The most common cause of this problem is sediment or debris entering the pressure reducer.  The foreign debris will not allow the sealing surfaces to shut-off water properly.  The easy fix to this is to try and flush the line several times to try and remove this material.  If this does not work then the flush assembly and or the regulating valve needs to be disassembled cleaned and re-installed.  The step by step instructions for doing this is attached.

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