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HELLO- This type of valve has a two piece catridge,you will have to adjust it till it reaches the hot water inlet. A little tricky but you can do it, be sure to shut water off to shower!!!!! Good luck.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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No and you can thank you government rep next time you see or talk to him for this. The valve is set to give no more than 110 to 115 degree water and cannot be changed. If you want hotter water you will need to install a non-scald faucet. Now if you are not getting to the 110 degree mark then you will need to disassemble the valve body and look for debris in the hot water inlet side.
Now when it is apart turn the water on low and flush the piping out before putting it back together.
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