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I have a customer that is getting milky white water( as white as the background on this page) from the kitchen sink faucet, only the hot and only this fixture. the rest of the house is crystal clear. We replaced the faucet thinking it may be pulling in air through a small leak in the cartridge caising a venturi effect, no luck. we then disconnected the supply tube and we got the same milky water. I have drained and flushed the water heater, it also has a point of use charcoal filter on the spout but with the filter on or off we get the same. We are located North of Chicago with Lake Michgan water that is as they say the one of best treatment plants in the country. I've been in this industry for 33 years and have never seen anything like this, can anyone lend a suggestion.
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