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I tied into a water line that was capped off in my crawlspace. It is a CPVC water line that used to run to a sink in a utility room of my home. Water pressure when the line was connected was just as the rest of the home. I have now tied into this line and run CPVC pipe underground for about 25 feet and connected to a spigot. Water pressure from the spigot at best is a slow drip. I have checked all joints/connectors of the CPVC pipe and there are no leaks.

What do I need to do or check in order to get adequate water pressure?

EDIT
And for clarification the CPVC pipe runs about 1 foot down to the ground, then runs about 18 inches up to the spigot, the rest of the run is flat.

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    Is it only the new line and spigot that has the low pressure issue? Assuming yes, I would turn off the supply and remove the spigot, then test by having someone open it up whilst standing at the open line with a bucket... – Jimmy Fix-it May 31 at 15:34
  • @JimmyFix-it - yes, it is only the new line that has the low pressure. I'll see if I can get someone over to assist with your recommendation this afternoon. :) – user2676140 May 31 at 15:41
  • @JimmyFix-it - with the spigot removed, water pressure is still low at the end. – user2676140 Jun 2 at 17:54

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