Optimization of the initial design or pipes repair and replacement instructions of water distribution network during operation period is based on the crisp values of the input variables. Some input variables such as node demand, pipe roughness coefficient and reservoir water level have the uncertain nature. Changing the input parameters values during operation period, due to uncertainty, changes the water distribution network behavior and performance compared to the crisp input parameters values. Recognition and analyzing these behaviors are very important to make the right decision to deal with their consequences and reduce the water distribution network problems, during operation period. In this research, the water distribution network nodes pressure uncertainty due to the pipe's roughness coefficient and the nodes demand uncertainty as input parameters, is analyzed after the implementation of the optimal pipes repair and replacement instruction. For the purpose, a combination of simulation model (EPANET) and fuzzy α-cut approach is used. Fuzzy membership functions of the input and output variables are selected as triangular type and the membership functions values, after normalization, were in the range of zero and one. The extreme values combinations of two uncertain input variables, at each uncertainty level, in the form of four scenarios, were considered as the input fuzzy set of the simulation model. Between the research scenarios, the second scenario, which is the combination of the minimum pipe roughness coefficient and the maximum demand, is known as the critical scenario. The research results show that in the critical scenario, at the highest uncertainty level, the water distribution network reliability index is very low and about 30 to 40% due to lack of required pressure of the most nodes. At the uncertainty lower levels, the reliability index rises above 75%, which is relatively acceptable. In the first and fourth scenarios, the network reliability index is always more than 72%. In the third scenario, the network reliability index, at all uncertainty levels, is always more than 90%.