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Triton t90z shower head disassembly

Anybody know how to do it? GOt a small plastic tool that fits into five small divets on the face of the shower but i've no clue how to get it off, anybody any tips.

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SOURCE: Triton Millenium Power Shower

generally if the flow sensor notices no water through the pump it will auto matically shut the pump down. so it could be the flow sensor is bad or the pump is not working like it should. now it depends on how old the pump is. i would start with the flow sensor.

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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SOURCE: triton electric shower runs cold

hi it sounds as though the thermostat has gone on top of the can assembly, or moreover it has scaled up & the element needs replacing, if thats the case your better off buying a new unit as the cost of the can assembly & the fitting it will be nearly as much, plus witha new unit you'll be getting a 2 yr guarantee?
Just a thought!

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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SOURCE: my shower works. water also poors out of a tube beneath the unit

Are you talking about water still coming through the spout at the same time? What overflow pipe are you talking about? If you are talking about the spout, there is a device in the spout that when you pull up on it, the water is diverted to the shower. They have washers in them and it sounds as though the washer is worn out and not making a good seal anymore. You can buy a new generic spout to stop the water or you can take the old one apart and try to find replacement pieces. I have taken one apart and bought a new one to rob the parts off of it before. I hope this is the answer you were looking for. If not, reply to this for clarification and I will try and answer your question more clearly.

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Triton Rapide R2 electric shower problem

you can check the pipe lines there are normally more thane one way to set the pressure of the water one by the shower knobs 2 by the behind the head in the wall there are some water valves that may need to be opened up or by the water heater there are some valves there one coming off the heater one just on a pipe by the heater they may need to be opened. try that if that doesnt work come back and let us know and see what else you can do to fix it

Posted on Nov 11, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a drip, drip, drip from my shower head on

A shower head will drip for a period of time but I will assume that it is dripping continually. Servicing the Mixing Valve is what is needed to fix the continual drip. there are several 'O' rings washers that eventually wear down causing problems. These parts are serviceable and kits with instructions can be purchased at plumbing shops, DIY Stores, Hardware Stores. I hope this has helped thanks for using FIXYA. Good luck and have a great day. Jeff

Posted on Apr 07, 2010

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