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I have been told there is a way to adjust bath tap temperature under the bath is this true? Thanks

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Yes and no, depends on what tub you have and what is underneath. Most tubs have the filler spouts up top like a regular old tub. If you want more hot water, you just open up the hot water, but if your tub fills from the bottom somehow, or has a heating unit in it, then it can be adjusted. It has a motor under there for pumping the water around. It is in a trap door on the tub or the tub surround. You will have to peek in there to see if there is a water valve with thermostat of some sort. I have never seen one, but you never know. Hope this helps.

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