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Terrorizing Shower

Posted by Mike from Homeworks on January 30th, 1999 03:26 PM
In reply to plumbing by A McCRARY on January 30th, 1999 01:12 PM [Go to top of thread]

Whats happening is you are getting a pressure drop in your water flow when another faucet or toilet is flushed. Plumbpak makes a insert you can install in the shower arm that will reduce the flow if this happens. This way you won't get burned or chilled out. Another way is to replace your shower valve with a pressure-balanced valve. This valve compensates for a pressure drop.

Hope this helps you out!


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  • plumbing by A McCRARY  1/30/99 01:12 PM

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