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No water coming out of shower

I have a gainsborugh energy 2000x power shower. I was using it last night and the water seem to lose pressure and then the water stopped. I have lights coming on on the unit but no water. Help!!!

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First you should check the screens st the ends of the hose to be sure they are not clogged. The shower head as well. Otherwise it could be the water control valve, solenoid or thermal cut off.

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