Deck mounted shower head

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  1. Wannabe66

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    Hello!

    I hope somebody could give me some advice! My bathroom fitter has fitted my deck mounted shower head however when the shower head is placed into the flat holder there is a gap!! He had told me I need to get another shower head and rim but is there anything I can do before I go and fork out again!

    :rolleyes: :(
     
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    pictures would help
     
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    Hope this helps! :D
     
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    Have no idea why they have been posted upside down :oops:
     
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    It actually looks like there may be an upright part missing from the rim. do you know what brand it is?
     
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    No I don't
    Bought it off the internet along with other taps etc which I have to say have been superb. What would it look like?. Maybe it's still rattling around somewhere
     
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