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I have a Eago bathtub and most of the times I

I have a Eagi bathtub and most of the times don't have hot water from the termostatic mixed. In other mixers in the bathroom everything is ok

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Then i would defnetly recogmend replacing the thermostat inside your mixer with new one

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