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When we hang up the handheld showerhead the

EcoFlow combination shower system. when we hang up the handheld showerhead the mounting bracket swivels down and both showerheads end up cockeyed

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It depends on the model you have. Most have a large "nut" that will tighten down on the ball swivel. It should have finger grips. Tighten that nut some (clockwise) and it should get much stiffer.

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