Question about Plumbing
Depending upon which valve you used and how it was plumbed, you may need a twin elle or a specific part to match the ROHL pressure balance valve. if your second outlet is plumbed off the bottom of the valve, you need 18" of pipe between the valve and the outlet. Anything shorter than this and you can have back pressure issues.
Posted on Dec 18, 2014
Verify the height from the shower valve to the Shower head, the instructions specify the correct distance if it is too short the pressure could be getting up to the shower head.
Perhaps the water pressure it too high at the valve not allowing all the water down the faucet outlet, there are set screws on the sides of the shower valve to adjust the water allowed in the mixing chamber.
Something is restricting the water flow to the faucet, creating enough pressure to send some of the ater supply up to the shower.
I hope some of these ideas help
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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