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You probably have a water flow reducer in the shower head. It is a rubber disk with a few holes in it. Just remove it and put the shower head back on. They are installed at the factory to save our environment. (Mine are all removed)
you need to go back in and check your work it seems that it has been installed in a lower setting look at the directions, most shower assembly's have energy settings.usually just have to move the stopper to the farthest point to the left (counter clock wise).good luck.
Not unless you had a backward plumber , If the diverter at the faucet is open for tub, then no water will go up the shower, The shower may hold enough water up there to make it look like a drip, Even if the valve was leaking all the time, it would not go up, it would come out the faucet. It only works with pressure. Unless the valve was plumbed wrong,,, Hope this helps.
Have you tryed soaking it in viniger will clean shower heads.
Do you get a good stream of hot water through the shower arm with the shower head off. Take it off and make sure shower valve is suppling hot water.
Regretfully we have cowboy plumbers on this side of the pond!! I Sent you a few links that should help. The last one is the installation manaul (12pages) The Middle one looks like a 60 page catalog. And the top one is the company website.
Please rate this response and best of wishes, Phil
more than likely you have some debris near the shower head
take an adjustible wrench( crescent or channel lock wrap a rag around the eustaceon( chrome tube coming out of shower wall srap around tube to protect the chrome hold it firmly with vicegrips or channel locks, take adjustible wrench or chanel locks and remove the chrome nut holding the shower head on to the eustaceon(turn counter cockwise be careful not to drop the tools that wil damage the tile or fiberglass
after removing showerhead
turn on shower to force and debris out and place shwoer head into stream of water to clean out any deposits the head may have some type of screen to strain the water
this should work if the flow has not incresed then there is a need to adjust the flow valve at the control
to reinstall the shower head reverse procedure
if you have any teflon tape wrap it around the threaded portion of the eustaceon