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This video shows you how to troubleshoot and rectify thermostatic control problems and the on/off control for a ...
The reason is because they built this wrong and Rona still decides to sell it. I have one in the wall that I am stuck with. Call up Mecanair, the rep for uberhaus and the they will tell you its not a mistake to have HOT water come out when the handle is at the C position.
ok! run hot and cold water pipes to faucet.up through the wall. hot on left, cold on right. on center of faucet run a pipe straight up where you want it. put a elbow on top of this pipe to hook shower spout and head too. just screw spout to elbow whitch comes through wall for shower head. the best thing to do is on the back side of pipes is have an opening to get to pipes if anything goes wrong in the future. just put up a temporary panel that can be removed easily. or shevles that can be removed. you can buy the faucet at home depot etc. if need any more info, just e-mail me or repost. email@example.com, good-day!!
The shower arm should be screwed into an elbow inside the wall. Unscrew the shower arm by putting your pipe wrench on the arm and unscrewing in a counter clockwise direction ( lefty loosey, righty tighty ) . Measure the length of the arm going inside the wall and make sure your replacement has enough length to reach. Teflon tape the inside end ( the end going in the wall ) and wrap a rag around the new arm, then screw into the elbow going clock wise , stopping when it starts getting tight and with the bend facing downward. Install shower head.
If your shower stall has a crack in the bottom, you may be able to see if it is getting the wood wet by looking under house. But even if it is not leaking there now, it will eventualy become a problem. I would suggest that you make some repairs or hire a proffessional soon. I hope this helps.
Some shower heads require a rubber washer that would fit in the opening
in the shower head. That may be all you need and would be the simplest
fix. Check that first. Sounds like you need some teflon tape available at any hardware store. The teflon tape should be wrapped around the pipe threads with 2 or 3 wraps and then screw the shower head on to the pipe. If the leak is in the wall, remove the shower head pipe from the wall pipe elbow and apply 2 or 3 wraps of teflon tape to the shower head pipe threads and reinstall to the elbow in the wall. You may need a pipe wrench if the pipe is real tight. Good Luck