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Get a normal shower lol

Posted on Apr 25, 2013

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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: shower/spout

The valve is installed upside down and needs to be reversed. There is a diverter in the valve that gives the spout priority. When the valve is upside down it gives the shower head priority. Thats why it runs without the diverter being activated. You will need to get in the wall from one side or the other. Cut the valve out and either flip the faucet Or change the direction of the diverter depending on the style of valve.

Good Luck, Phil

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: shower head leaks water when water is turned on

take out the cartridge from the fixture and make sure it has all of the "O" rings and stoppers.
look at the instruction again, make sue you are installing it the right side up. if all that, the shower still leak, then you need to talk to the place you brought the fixture, it may have a defective cartridge.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Kohler K-9511-BN MasterShower Shower Arm & Diverter Doesn't Work

As a helpful hint , on these models, When installed some plumbers or home owners use plumbers putty to seal the threads and in some cases tape.
Most of the time the putty or tape gets pushed through the system if too much was used.
Check by removing the shower head and testing the pressure and blowing anything else through, then checking the head itself for foreign objects.
Kohler has a cleaning and care page on thier web site if it needs cleaned.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 1/2 water through shower head 1/2 through tube

patmac make sure the clear hose is a overflow first. then make sure all connections are correct,sounds like an areator problem,some after market shower heads don't come with one you can purchase one at your local plumbing store.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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