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No power, slow water flow
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
hi did you run a seperate cold water supply from the storage tank to the shower pump & also a seperate hot supply from the hot water cylinder, it sounds as though the cold water is crossing into the hot service & pushing its way up to the tank as its the only way it can go, sounds as though the cold water connection to the shower is not tank fed & possibly directly off the water main.?
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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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