Aqualisa - Quartz Digital Thermostatic Shower, I thought it would start off with less power :)

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Hi, I got an Aqualisa Quartz Digital Thermostatic Shower installed a few weeks ago.

I had an Mira Event before that and it just gone faulty after 20yrs, so the plumber recommended the Aqualisa.
I didn't know, that the Aqualisa water flow would start off at more or less full blast :) there is no dial/button to turn the water flow control down just a little, (there is a Boost button but doesn't seem to be working) compared to the Mira, the more you turned the dial the water flow got stronger and turn the dial in the opposite direction, the water flow got weaker.
I suppose there is nothing can be done about it?

I have set the shower head to a setting were its just not a forceful.

The Aqualisa is OK but I don't see the need for the water flow to be so powerful...or is it just me :)

Thanks in advance :)
 
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Most people like a powerful shower. There is an Eco setting on the smart valve which reduces tha flow rate. Turn off power, open the box with a Phillips screwdriver, and rotate the selector to the appropriate Eco setting for your shower. Refit the cover, restore the power, and you should have the weedy shower you desire
 
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Most people like a powerful shower.......and you should have the weedy shower you desire

My plumber said the same, thats what most people want, more power :)

OK thanks for the tip, I will check that Eco setting out, I can always go back to the 100 mph power :) if the other is too weedy :)

Thanks.
 

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