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I have a Brizo Shower and can't get the water hot enought

I have a Brizo Shower with a hot water limiter. I have set the limit stop at the highest possible setting but the water is still not hot enough. About 101 F. Water temperature at the sink is 120 F so it is not the supply.

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I am not sure but I think the shower will work with out the limiter on it .  try that

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