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There appears to be a plastic overflow pipe situated directly behind the outlet on my electric shower. Water is continuously pouring out of it. I have tried descaling the heating chamber and a fair bit of lime scale came out of it, but it has made no difference to the water coming out of the overflw pipe. The pressure seams ok also.
Please can you help.
Hi rob the problem is due to an activated thermal overheat switch, you cannot reset this unit as once it is activated it will require a new unit, its a nuisance i agree as i come across this regularly, however its condusive of a scaled up unit so you eventually turn up the shower setting higher to get the water hotter, & inturn activates the thermal switch.
According to which model it is the part is not that overly expensive, you can phone triton direct 7 they will post a new spare to you
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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