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Combi Boiler - One shower seems cold...

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by garmcqui, 10 Dec 2018.

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    ok, have done that (I think), but it has dropped the pressure to the other shower also (which won't please the wife - her words this afternoon were "ok but try not to mess up the good shower"). Would I be able to fit a flexible tap connector with isolating valve below the bath and instead restrict the flow there, thus only affecting that outlet?
     
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    yes you can if you want
     
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    doubt it is installed to be used as a traditional shower,more of an attachment to rinse the bath after use. If there is a tmv and flow regulators on the bath mixer tap supply,they may just need adjustment.

    Getting the bath mixer tap arrangement exchanged for a thermostatic bath shower mixer will offer safe and fairly constant shower temperature flow.
     
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