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Old 08-23-2019, 07:15 AM   #1
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How do I replace the bath fixture in the shower? Fresh water tank indicator does not show full. Fix help appreciated for both.
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Old 08-23-2019, 01:00 PM   #2
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Often the tank indicators have a loose connection. ON the fresh water tank, the wires are connected to the tank with little screws...made sure they are tight.
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I had the same problem. Last week I inspected the fresh water tank and discovered the connection to the top sensor was not connected. This was why my tank never read full.
As for replacing the bath fixture in the shower, not sure what you mean. The shower hose and wand? Or the fixture with the hot & cold water knobs and the place where the shower hose connects to? On mine there are 4 screws that hold it in place. If I had to guess I start by removing those screws, which would allow the whole fixture to be removed, giving access to the water hose connections in the rear.
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I had the same problem. Last week I inspected the fresh water tank and discovered the connection to the top sensor was not connected. This was why my tank never read full.
As for replacing the bath fixture in the shower, not sure what you mean. The shower hose and wand? Or the fixture with the hot & cold water knobs and the place where the shower hose connects to? On mine there are 4 screws that hold it in place. If I had to guess I start by removing those screws, which would allow the whole fixture to be removed, giving access to the water hose connections in the rear.
Thanks. Will ck connectors. Bath shower fixture shower head just dribbles when both h/c turned on. Believe a blockage and need replace.
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If it's just the shower head that dribbles, you might check to see if the on/off switch is stuck. Otherwise it's pretty easy to change. It should just unscrew from the hose. I replaced mine with one of these: https://www.amazon.com/Camco-43712-S.../dp/B000OAG2DK
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Thanks. Will ck connectors. Bath shower fixture shower head just dribbles when both h/c turned on. Believe a blockage and need replace.
"just dribbles when both h/c turned on."

I had an issue with plenty of cold water but hardly any hot water thru the tub spout or the shower head.

I removed the faucets/diverter assembly from the wall (had to carefully cut the white silicone sealant around it) to remove. Once removed, discovered the line for the hot water was kinked ... the line was extra long and when the factory installed the faucet assembly, after a few years the line kinked enough to restrict the water flow rate.

I simply adjusted the line location that eliminated the kink, reinstalled the faucet/diverter assembly, sealed it to the wall and all has been fine since.

Just a thought.
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If you are going to do anything to your shower, I highly recommend two upgrades. Most important a oxygenics shower head. And almost as important a thermostatic mixing faucet. They're under $50 and they are fantastic. They automatically keep your water at the temperature you set. There's an article that explains how to replace your faucet. It's basically plug and play if you already have an existing shower control. The combination of the two means I can take a shower for 30 minutes without running out of water. https://wackypup.blogspot.com/2017/05/no-more-crappy-faucets-installing.html
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