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    Shower pump cutting out.

    I think it must be the valve. Might take it out and just put a pressure reducing one on the cold and maybe move the pump to under the bath so that it's only pumping the shower.
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    Shower pump cutting out.

    the pump is in the airing cupboard and is pumping the hot water for the whole house from the first outlet from the cylinder. It works perfectly on all of the single taps, its just the shower that cuts it out when mixing with the cold. The equalising valve is one of these...
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    Shower pump cutting out.

    Any ideas?
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    Shower pump cutting out.

    Yep, single impeller.
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    Shower pump cutting out.

    I've fitted a shower pump to my hot supply only. The cold is mains fed but both hot and cold go through a pressure equlising valve before the bath taps. The shower just comes off the bath taps. The shower works fine for about 30 seconds but then the pump switches off leaving you with just...
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    Shower with mains cold water?

    Thanks for your help. Does that thermostatic tap set come with a pressure reducing valve as a part of it or is that something that need to be fitted seperately? I found this http://www.plumbingpages.com/featurepages/Greens.cfm whilst looking for solutions. Presumably if I fitted this then I...
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    Shower with mains cold water?

    At current I just have a bath in my house and want to refit the bathroom and include a shower over the bath. I was hoping to fit a thermostatic mixer as part of the bath taps so that no real plumbing is involved. However the cold is straight from the mains and so will obviosly push all of the...
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    Shower From Bath Taps?

    Thanks, the cold does come from the tank. Does that mean it should be OK or will the cold still force the hot out? :)
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    Shower From Bath Taps?

    Hello. I\\\'ve never done any plumbing before and would like to put in a new bathroom. There is currently no shower, just a bath. I was wondering whether running the shower from the bath taps would be the best option (certainly easiest), however at current I have on of those rubber attachments...
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