My water heater was leaking from the top. I replaced it.
The next day, the water softener tank is leaking. I turned off the valve to bypass the softener.
Now my washing machine (brand new) errored with LF which means "Long Fill"; a repairman replaced the fill valves and mentioned that they were faulty and it is a rarity that it happens.
My research found that a softener with a heater leak means there is too much water pressure. LF errors on washing machine potentially mean that the water pressure is too low.
I'm scratching my head on this one... The pressure in the toilet, sinks and shower seem fine. The pressure slightly increased when I got the new water heater. I am worried that there is some underlying pressure issue in my home. Please suggest some solutions or tips.