Question about Grohe Freehander Adjustable Shower Head System Chrome
Entire shower head is pulling off wall, need to tighten things up but can't seem to get the cover cap off. Is there a trick?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
using a pair of vice grips wrapped in a soft towel( to prevent scractching) turn the shower head in a counter clockwise direction to remove it then apply liquid teflon (real-tuf) to the threads on the shower arm and tighten the shower head but dont over tighten it liquid teflon is more effective at sealing leaks than teflon tape and it can be wiped clean
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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Posted on Sep 05, 2010
I'm not familiar with that specific shower but I assume you are refering to a hand-held shower head. Probably calcium build-up inside the head. Immerse it in Limeaway for an hour or two.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
Hi, If you are talking about the slide rail (part that the shower handset clicks into) then there are covering caps hiding the screws underneath, 1 at the top of the rail, and 1 at the bottom. You will need a scraper or spatula or fine flat screwdriver to simply, but carefully flip them off in order to gain access to the screws behind. Have a look to see what type of screw has been used to fix the rail to the wall, and a use the correct screwdriver to turn clockwise and tighten up the screws. Take caution doing this and use a hand screw driver not a power drill, and turn until it feels tight enough that the rail does not wobble or feel loose any more. Any excess pressure in tightening could crack your tiles if the holes are drilled through them. Hope this was of some help to you.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
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