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Grohe Atrio Bath Shower Mixer Flow Problem

Flow to bath OK
Flow to shower head slow insuffient to operate pump
Could it be to do with the aquadimmer?
If not ,any other suggestios

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Check for a flow restrictor in the showerhead, also a clogged intake screen or filter in the showerhead. or hose or pipe...

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