My sink has one faucet, with separate knobs for hot and cold. Cold pressure is fine, hot is fine until it warms up, then slows to a trickle. Other sinks are fine…in fact, we have two sinks in our bathroom, and only mine slows down. My wife’s hot water is fine.
As suggested by a co-worker, I’ve changed out the screen on the faucet, but don’t see how that would have been the issue anyway as hot and cold both run through it. I seem to remember my dad having this issue when I was a teen (about 45 years ago) and he ended buying and replacing all the “guts” of the faucet on the hot water side. (I think I remember a part called a stem was the issue).
Thoughts? Is that the direction I should go, or could it be more simple, like a worn washer? Any direction would be great. Oh, house is 16 years old, and this is the first plumbing problem I’ve had short of running toilets a couple of years ago.