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I just completed the replacement of the hot and cold water stems form my bathtub faucets. The hot water was leaking so I went ahead and replaced both. They were probably original to the house circa late 50's. After finally getting them loose I inserted new correct replacements. The problem now is that when I run the hot water I only get cold water. I let it run for several minutes but still had no hot water coming out. There is hot water everywhere else in the house, even the sink near the tub. Has any else ever heard of this or encountered this problem.

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I know this is going to sound dumb but did you turn the hot water feed back on under the sink? if you had water before did you have to wait for it to warm up? –  Jason H May 22 '13 at 0:06
    
Can you post some pics of your faucet and the stems you used, a lot of them have options for reversing them. –  Zach Jan 8 at 16:45
    
Did you bleed out the lines before hooking them back up or installed a cartridge back wards? If its a single handle, remove the cartridges and clean/replace them. –  Mazura Jun 28 at 0:42
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