Plumbing In San Diego CA. Response - More than Likely an Aerator clogged with debris.
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The more than likely reason would be that the water filter (Aerator) at the end of the spout or where the water comes out from the faucet is clogged with debris which is a common occurrence.
If you are able to, remove and clean and then replace the aerator.
Use Channel lock pliers be sure to place a cloth or rag so as not to not mar or scratch the end of the faucet. “most aerators” usually unscrew off.
The other obvious reason would be that the faucet is bad or clogged and needs to be snaked. HA HA. Just Kidding a little euphemism about the situation.
If the aerator is able to be removed and cleaned. Then I would say. You need another faucet.
I would recommend a Moen or a Delta faucet since either one of these can do the job. It’s always better to pay a little more.
Where as if you get the really inexpensive faucet. You will end up replacing the faucet in a matter of months if not sooner.
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