There is always a first

The more we get out there and see how things work, the more we realize that most things have some basic components that need to be in working order for those things to work.  

 

Take this latest project. The water on both water fountains at a Walgreens was spraying onto the floor because the pressure was to high. 

We took them both apart, identified the components, and then troubleshot. It was not difficult to understand the workings of the fountain because I have had other similar experiences that I was able to draw upon. 

Thank you Walgreens for this opportunity! 

 

 Before-high pressure and water spilling onto the wall

Before-high pressure and water spilling onto the wall

 After- water pressure stabilized and water flowing nicely to where it should  

After- water pressure stabilized and water flowing nicely to where it should