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I hook up everything ,but i only gey hot running

Vessona bath fixture--has a cartridge thats installed into the main unit,when i install it iand turn it oni get just hot no cold --i check the cartridge a well as replacing after 5 times with no solution.. when i remove the cartridge and turn the water on i get streams of hot and coldd
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Have you tried removing cartridge, rotating cartridge 180 degrees then re-install?

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