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little or no water from shower head

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by highbury44, 26 Sep 2012.

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    Hi i had a shower installed about a year ago and up until recently it was working ok re water coming out of the shower head.However as it isn't the main shower in the house,it doesn't get used very often and now the water only drips out.Is it likely the shower valve has got suck,if so how can i fix it?john
     
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    Have you tried taking the flexible hose off to see if water is coming from the outlet and the hose has collapsed?
     
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    Is there a filter or filters that could be blocked?
     
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    Hi

    what sort of shower do you have? ie electric/power/gravity.
     
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    Its a gravity fed shower.
     
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