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Connected shower head to hose and the hose connection to shower head leaks back toward line. There is a white end over the inside of the end of the hose. I believe this restriction is causing the line to leak. There is no water coming through the line...help!!!

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I understand that the white vac breaker end should be connected to the valve not the hand shower. FYI a little leak from this connection when the water is switched off is normal.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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