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Water cannot be stopped running through shower

Cannt control the water flow it is constancele flow through the shower on or off

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Depending on the type of diverter you can replace or repair the divert-er valve. if it is a faucet mounted then replace the faucet. if it is an internal control valve then you can probably replace the core to fix the problem.

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There is likely something restricting the flow of hot water into the control.

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