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Aqualisa Hydramax Thermostatic - Concealed With Flexi Head Shower Spares

AQUAL-PARENT-21

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Thermostat 1 Answer

Q: Our shower does not maintain its temperature and runs cold. I think the thermostat needs changing. How would we do that on this model?

Submitted 581 days ago | by Anonymous, Unknown
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A: Check the hose and the head are not blocked. If they are not then check that you are getting a constant supply of hot water to the shower and that the boiler is is not going on and off. If all this is fine then you may need a new cartridge.Answered 581 days ago | Barrie
Handset Gripper 1 Answer

Q: Hello, do yo stock the handset gripper in chrome to go with this shower?

Submitted 727 days ago | by Andy, Swindon
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Depending on the diameter of your rail and if it is round or oval, one of the following will fit.
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http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-accessories/slider-bracketsAnswered 724 days ago | Barrie
temp control lever replacement 1 Answer

Q: how do I remove a broken temp control lever so I can replace it.

Submitted 832 days ago | by tomo, Rotherham
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A: The Temp control lever is heldon by 4 screws behind the on off knob.

So “all” you have to do isremove the on off knob! This can be a bu**er it should just pull forward andoff, try two screwdrivers between the knob and the temp lever to lever itforward also you can try a few kettles of boiling water over the knob this mayexpand it just enough to release it.

Ultimately if the knob is badlydamaged then it can be replaced.

It may be worth removing thefront cap some units have had a screw fitted here to stop the handle fallingoff

Answered 829 days ago | The Doc
Dripping Hydramax 1 Answer

Q: Do you stock the small and large o-rings for the high pressure Aqualisa Hydramax cartridge? The shower drips when turned off and the o-rings have been identified as worn.

Submitted 939 days ago | by jim, Aberdeen
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This is not the o rings at fault but the cartridge itself and the only cure is to fit a new cartridge. The one appropriate to your supply system can be ordered online via the link below.
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http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/aqualisa/AQUAL-PARENT-21-Aqualisa-Hydramax-Thermostatic---Concealed-With-Flexi-HeadAnswered 937 days ago | Alastair
hydramax thermostatic will not shut off 1 Answer

Q: shower wont shut off it is on a high pressure system

Submitted 946 days ago | by degburticus, oxford
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A: It is going to need a new cartridge  http://www.showerdoc.com/AQUAL-022803-Aqualisa-High-Pressure-Cartridge---Comes-With-Gasket-022803

Answered 945 days ago | The Doc
Hydramax shower control No Answers

Q: Our Hydramax shower control will only run hot whether the control is turned to hot or cold. Any answer gartefully welcome..

We are also looking for an installion instruction book.

Submitted 1015 days ago | by Carole, Preston Lancshire
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Cartridge type? 1 Answer

Q: Hi , think we need to order a green replacement cartride , part no 022803 to stop dripping Hydramax shower valve

Our valve is surface mounted , but the control knob looks identical to the concealed valve so can I assume thae same cartridge will fit both

Submitted 1155 days ago | by richard, somerset
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A: You will have to find out which cartridge you have.

Pink for a combi or multipoint and grey any system with balanced (equal) pressures.

There also Green, Blue and White cartridges

Remove the on/off knob should just pull forward however it can be a bit of a bu**er then remove the 4 screws that hold the temperature knob in place, remove the temperature knob and then you will see the colour of your cartridge.

If you already have the cartridge and want to carry on and replace it you will have to turn the water off to the shower.

Then remove the cartridge you will need to remove the 4 large screws at the side of the cartridge these have posidrive or ‘Torx’ T25 heads depending on there age.

Pull the cartridge forward to remove.

Before fitting the new cartridge you should replace the small ‘O’ ring at the rear of the body this is another bu**er to change……(something like a crochet hook or the sort of thing that dentists use will help)

 It is not always necessary to replace this ring however if there any problems with the cartridge, the first question you will be asked is did you replace the ‘O’ ring? if the answer is no! then you will be told to phone back once it has been replaced.

When you refit the cartridge make sure that the slot, (usually on the right of the body ) the gasket and the body all line up properly then retighten the screws.

On the older versions you have to reuse the original brass screws if you have this type be careful not to over tighten the screws because the brass inserts in the body may split, on a few occasions you may find they have split when you remove the old cartridge  if this happens then you will probably have to replace the body.

Refit the temperature control knob  (new screws supplied) the fit the on / off knob, turn the water back on and check for leaks, if everything is OK remove clothes and have a shower!!!

Answered 1155 days ago | Anonymous
Dripping aqualisa hydramix 1 Answer

Q: Shower is dripping due to water passing into the hose and head. what part of the mechanism is failing and what would be needed to repair this?

Submitted 1273 days ago | by damo
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Sounds like you are going to need a new cartridge.

You will have to find out which cartridge you have.

Pink for a combi or multipoint and grey any system with balanced (equal) pressures.

Remove the on/off knob should just pull forward however it can be a bit of a bu**er then remove the 4 screws that hold the temperature knob in place, remove the temperature knob and then you will see the colour of your cartridge.

If you already have the cartridge and want to carry on and replace it you will have to turn the water off to the shower.

Then remove the cartridge you will need to remove the 4 large screws at the side of the cartridge these have posidrive or ‘Torx’ T25 heads depending on there age.

Pull the cartridge forward to remove.

Before fitting the new cartridge you should replace the small ‘O’ ring at the rear of the body this is another bu**er to change……(something like a crochet hook or the sort of thing that dentists use will help)

It is not always necessary to replace this ring however if there any problems with the cartridge, the first question you will be asked is did you replace the ‘O’ ring? if the answer is no! then you will be told to phone back once it has been replaced.

When you refit the cartridge make sure that the slot, (usually on the right of the body ) the gasket and the body all line up properly then retighten the screws.

On the older versions you have to reuse the original brass screws if you have this type be careful not to over tighten the screws because the brass inserts in the body may split, on a few occasions you may find they have split when you remove the old cartridge if this happens then you will probably have to replace the body.

Refit the temperature control knob (new screws supplied) the fit the on / off knob, turn the water back on and check for leaks, if everything is OK remove clothes and have a shower!!!

http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/aqualisa/AQUAL-022801-Thermostatic-Cartridge-Grey-(Gravity-or-Pumped)-gasket-included

http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/aqualisa/AQUAL-022802-Multipoint-Cartridge-Pink-(Combi-Boiler-Systems)-Comes-With-Gasket

Answered 1270 days ago | Anonymous
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