So i had my uncle install it.... it works soemtimes ok... my senerio, we installed it at a hair salon with two sinks. when sink #1 is running the water takes a long tome to start getting warm than it gets too hot than it gets too cold.... and if sink #2 is working at the same time its like a battel on the water where one sink gets it than another sink gets it....how can i regulate the amount of hot water each sink recieves and how can i regulate the amount of hot water to one sink other than the faucet?
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