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When we switch on our shower we have lack of water pressure when the dials turned to hot. When it is turned to cold the pressure is good but as soon as we turn it to hot it reduces the pressure, what is the problem can you help

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If your house was built before the "70's the most common reason is that the hot water trunk line to you shower has corroded shut to the point of reduced flow. It is not uncommon for this to happen on just one line. The controler its self could have an obstruction on the hot side. Replacing the internal part(s) should take care if this. Try to identify the brand of controler and research available part(s).

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