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Im guessing this is a boiler with on demand hot water or a on demand heater, if so a common problem is most on demands can only supply 3-4gpm so if you have a low flow shower head running it will keep up if you exceed the gpm output rating which can be found either in tech. specs. or on name plate. Keep in mind a tub faucet usually supplys 6gpm. Im talking in canadian gallons if I remember correct it is about 1 litre smaller than a US gallon.
Solutions; holding tank circuit, flow restrictor PRV on hotwater line. None of which are great options, buyer be ware of this common problem when buying on demand. Buy a hi efficient condensing hot water tank instead in my opion then you have capacity and can also use for hydronic heating.

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