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aqualisa quartz electric 8.5 shower 1 Answer

Q: when turned on shower just dribbles out, this just started yesterday, could there be a blockage or is it more sinister. thanks

Submitted 21 days ago | by jon, preston
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A: Check the head and the hose for blockages and also the inlet filter in the shower. If these are fine then you will need a new engine.Answered 20 days ago | Barrie
On and off straight away 1 Answer

Q: When I press the start button the shower makes a clonk noise, a very quick spray of water and then will not work. If I keep the button pressed in it works but after a short while if clonks again and switches off. Any idea s please ?

Submitted 179 days ago | by Gray, Aldershot
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A: It maybe the solenoid, and this means the whole engine needs replacing.Answered 178 days ago | Barrie
Unit turns off 1 Answer

Q: The unit turns off after a short while, it can be turned back on but it continues to turn off. On investigation of the PCB there is an area on the flush mounted resistor that is scorch marked and very hot to the touch. Can I obtain a new PCB?

Submitted 186 days ago | by Brian, Gosport, Hants
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A: For this unit there are no internal spares it is just a caseof replacing the engine or the front cover assembly if it is a PCB fault.

Answered 185 days ago | The Doc
outlet pipe 1 Answer

Q: how do you replace the outlet pipe on this shower, took one screw off but it wont come and i cant see another screw holding it.

Submitted 328 days ago | by wesley, belfast
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A: There is a second screw which is behind the front one

Have a look at this link it should help you understand wherethe other screw is http://www.showerdoc.com/qz-electric-outlet-pipe-prd-435912

Answered 325 days ago | The Doc
Switch 1 Answer

Q: Shower will not turn on with push button, but works when you lift the solenoid arm, what part do i need?

Submitted 367 days ago | by Ian, Belfastf
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A: Unfortunately you are going to need a complete new engine.

http://www.showerdoc.com/quartz-electric-8-5kw-shower-engine-435901

http://www.showerdoc.com/quartz-electric-9-5kw-shower-engine-435902

Answered 366 days ago | The Doc
Aualisa Quartz Electric 10.5 1 Answer

Q: This shower is not regulating the temperature. The water is either too hot or too cold no matter what setting it is at. Unable to use shower. Can anyone help.



Also what is the warranty with this shower?



Thank you.

Submitted 372 days ago | by Anonymous, Belfast 4
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A: The things to check first are.

1 That the main valve coming into your house is fully open.

2 Then check that the valve on the line to the shower is fully open.

If these valves are not fully open then there may not be enough water
getting to your shower to cool it properly, the overheat safety devicewill turn
the power off until it cools, then it then it starts to heat again andso on.

 

Make sure that the shower headis clean and clear, that the hose isn’t kinked (this can happen just behind thehand set where it is difficult to see) also check the inside of the hosealthough it can look OK on the outside it could have collapsed internally

The other possibility is a faulty flow/stabilizer valve not allowingthe correct amount of water into the shower.
If thisis the case then you are going to need a new engine, you will have to selectone with the same output as your existing shower.

 

http://www.showerdoc.com/aqualisa-quartz-electric

 

ithink this came with a 2 year warranty

Answered 371 days ago | The Doc
shower leaking 1 Answer

Q: shower is leaking from back, from a side valve on pipe that connects to shower head pipe (is it missing a washer ?

Submitted 493 days ago | by chris, banbury
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A: I think the Pressure Relief Device (PRD) has blown.

It’s a safety device on the bottom of the heating tank.

It is fairly easy to replace however there is usually something that causes it to blow, often a kink in the hose or the showerhead is blocked, so check this before fitting the new PRD.

Answered 493 days ago | Barrie
internal switch not ingaging 2 Answers

Q: I have just replaced the PRD on my aqualiser Quartz electric shower and when i turned it back on, there was not hot water. It seems that the switch mechanism to take voltage to the element is not pulling down enough to engage the switch when the unit is turned on, so its not heating up, can this part be replaced?

Submitted 499 days ago | by mittsville, london
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A: Unfortunately Aqualisa do not sell this part as a spare they will only supply a shower engine which is effectively all the working components.

If you do choose to change over the engine make sure you select the same power rating as your current shower

Answered 498 days ago | The Doc

A: Unfortunately Aqualisa do not sell this part as a spare they will only supply a shower engine which is effectively all the working components.

If you do choose to change over the engine make sure you select the same power rating as your current shower

Answered 498 days ago | The Doc
aqualisa 10.5 kw quartz electric shower 1 Answer

Q: this unit only 3 years old. Cold water dripping down RHS. Do I have to replace whole unit?

Submitted 504 days ago | by Anonymous, rugby
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A: I would first check to see if it is the inlet connector that is leaking and not the actual engine.Answered 504 days ago | Barrie
aqualisa 8.5kw 1 Answer

Q: same as earlier q? shower 4 years old needs new engine.what exactly is the"engine".is it easy to change and where to get one.

is"engine failure" acommon fault with these-should i be getting a different make of shower 4 years is not a long life for a supposed quality product

Submitted 518 days ago | by de, lancashire
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The "engine" is the heating can etc inside the shower. The parts attached to it are not available to replace on most of the engines so you need a new one.
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The life span of these are usually 5yrs +Answered 517 days ago | Barrie
shower 1 Answer

Q: shower not heating at all when turned on, have everything checked and all good, power going ok, shower 4 years old. I am the plumber looking at it,

Submitted 519 days ago | by nutty, londonderry
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A: As long as there is 230-240v getting into the shower and the hose and head are clear, then it sounds like it needs a new engine.Answered 518 days ago | Barrie
Scalding hot water 1 Answer

Q: Hi, I have a 10.5kw quartz which runs at too high a temperature. I've tried turning the temperature lower which would normally increase the water pressure but to no avail. Any ideas if a part would can be got or do I need to replace the whole unit. Regards michael

Submitted 519 days ago | by Mickdundee, Belfast
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A: First check that the inlet valve to the shower is fully open and the hose and head are clear. If these are found to be ok then you will need a new engine.Answered 518 days ago | Barrie
Water Leak Aqualiser shower unit 1 Answer

Q: Plastic pipe between unit and hose with what looks like a valve at the rear of pipe is pushing water out of vavle instead of through the hose-head ??

Submitted 520 days ago | by fenny, Burton On Trent
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A: I think the Pressure Relief Device (PRD) has blown.

It’s a safety device on the bottom of the heating tank.

It is fairly easy to replace however there is usually something that causes it to blow, often a kink in the hose or the showerhead is blocked, so check this before fitting the new PRD.

Answered 520 days ago | Barrie
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