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Have a jacquizzi shower tower not getting enough hot water, just warm. hoses seem to be fine. think it may be the thermostatic regulator? can I fix or adjust that myself?

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Sounds like a regulator and yes, most regulators are adjustable..It's either that or a bypass valve.

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