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The rest of ur house water in the showers fine? If not they must install a prv (Presure reducing velve) on the cold going to the house and geyser befor it t,s of to the house and even if the rest of the house water is fine u must ask ur plumber who intalled it if he took the cold water going to the new shower strait of the mains if so he must corect it by t-ing in at the right cold water supply or put a velve on the cold water to ruduse the cold presure . then u will have more hot presure and that means lovely hot shower
Go to the link below then click on download. This will bring up a pdf file for the Delta 14 series. Scroll down to page 5 for instructions from Delta on how to adjust the temperature after removing the handle.
check the tub faucet the pull lever maybe slightly faulty causing back pressure in line and pushing water up to shower head --u may have debris in tub line causing partial blockage -or u have alot of water pressure coming in and it is to much for the lines to handle and it is pushing up to shower head
You need to check the age of your water heater. If it is pretty old, it can be sloughing off debris that can get caught in the hot side of the faucet. You will need to turn the water off to the unit, remove the guts. While someone is turning the water on slowely, flush out the the valve. Take a flashlight and check for debris that is caught. I have spent a few hours digging out debris from water heaters before. After you have done this and your still not getting water, check the scald gaurd for the right temp. Typically these don't just "jump" out of adjustment on their own because they have a small retaining washer that holds them in place. I doubt it is the scald guard if everything was working just fine before. Plus, the bath faucet has the most flow than any other faucet in the house so this will be the first place that debris will usually travel. Good luck