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Tr019 is a type of control panel that operates the electrical features in a steam shower cabin, usually found in Chinese products.
The issue you have is with the valve, in particular the on/off valve. These can be replaced individually or as a complete new valve . This company in uk sell them http:// www.steamshowerparts.co.uk
Switch off the power supply to the shower at the consumer unit, it will probably have its own individual circuit breaker as it is such a heavy user of power. Try now to switch the shower, it should be dead and that is good. Remove the control knobs and remove the front of the shower unit. Check the electrics with an electrical screw driver to make sure that there is nothing that will cause electrocution. Trace the source of the leak, the most likely place is the compression joint to the mains water pipe. Tighten the compression nut until the dripping stops. Dry everything off with a paper towel and check there is no sign of further leaking. Reassemble the front with the knobs and switch the power back on.
Turn off water main. remove round cap on face of handle, remove screw and pull handle. After that everything else can be pulled off easily. When you get to the diverter you should be able to why its stuck.
You must have gfci protection since the power is going to the shower and you don't want anyone to get electrocuted. You can either use a gfci breaker or you can install a regular gfci outlet between the panel and the shower. The outlet will be a cheaper solution to the issue.
Locate your electrical panel box, find the breaker for the water heater, turn it off then back on, locate the water heater. Fins the powere disconect. Sometimes they are a simple pull disconect or switch, sometimes they are another breaker or fuse.