Need to slow down flow on valiant bolier i think its a turbomax
I have a quick question I hope.. I have just had a new shower system fitted (not electric) the control value in the shower room has a thermostat on it. My problem is that the water is going hot and cold but if I turn don the flow of the water coming out of the shower water then stays hot. I spoke to the shower company Grohe and they asked me to do a test which was to slow down the amount of water coming out of the shower head, I did this by turning down the amount of water coming out of the shower head this then gave us a constant flow of hot water. Can you tell me where I can turn down the flow of water to the shower form the boiler? I have valiant turbo max Thanks
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it is not advisable to replace cmos bettery on your own if you are not aware of opening notebook
because each and every notebook wil lcome with its own tricky fittings
so if you dont know how to open your notebook
just go to ant technician and let them do it for you
first step: lay the screen fully down, then pry the two speaker covers outward. You may have to move the screen around to get them out.
second step: lift the center section containing the power button upward.
third step: loosen the two small phillips screws that hold the keyboard on.
fourth step: gently lift the keyboard up. There is a ribbon cable that plugs into a socket. There is a liftable tab on either side of the socket. Gently pry them up to release the ribbon cable and thus the keyboard.
fifth step: The hard drive is now visible. It is held in by three screws: one on the left and two on the connector. Once these three screws have been removed you can lift the drive out.
Take the old drive out of the holder and remove the connector. Install connector onto the new drive then secure into the drive holder.
Remainder of assembly is reverse of disassembly.
You may need to pry the ribbon tabs up to ensure that the ribbon cable seats down fully. Once the ribbon cable is down, push down the tabs to lock the keyboard in securely.