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new motor needed 1 Answer

Q: Hi, I just need a new motor but can't seem to see one within the part listings above. All I can see is a motor cover. Is there a listing for just the motor that I'm missing?

Submitted 18 days ago | by Rich, Unknown
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http://www.showerdoc.com/newteam-pump-unit-nt1000-xm-xt-nt1500xt-sp-087-0110
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This is the motor, part 3Answered 18 days ago | Barrie
Burning smell from 1500XT! 1 Answer

Q: Hi there, Burning smell from the shower unit. No pressure through the unit. I guess the motor has burnt itself out? The unit is quite old. Is it cheaper in the long run to purchase a direct replacement? If so, to avoid messing about with wall tiles, does the latest model have the same wall fixing locations? Thanks in advance.

Submitted 81 days ago | by Ian, Northampton
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Yes you are correct, it maybe better to replace it.
A:
The replacement is a direct swap, pipes screw holes etc.Answered 81 days ago | Barrie
Shower not working.. 1 Answer

Q: Hi, Our Showerforce 1500 xt has stopped working...water supplies seem ok, and the powershower/pump works, but no water flow or anything happening when you press the start button

Submitted 149 days ago | by chas, Cornwall
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A: It maybe your solenoid valve, you can check it if you have a multi meter, you shouldhave a reading of at least k3.5 ohms, across the two terminals any less and youneed a new valve. (Check the valve in the failed state.) (When it has stoppedworking!)

If thereis power getting to the solenoid and it is not operating then there is a goodchance that you have a faulty solenoid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzJjzWqxesc

The video is intended as a guide and does not cover every shower.

If youdon’t have a multimeter we sell them with a guide on how to usethem for checking and testing the various parts of your shower.

Apart from helping to fix your shower, they are really useful forchecking you have a power supply to appliances, for checking fuses and lettingyou know much power you have left in batteries

(So youwill know if they are good or not) and lots of other jobs, in short they arewell worth a few pounds

http://www.showerdoc.com/installation/electrical-products/SKYTRO-600-005-Digital-Multi-Tester

Answered 149 days ago | Barrie
Delay in starting 1 Answer

Q: When I press the eco button the motor takes between 3 and 20 seconds to start. This has only recently started and it works OK once it has started. Do I need to worry about this or is it just beginning to wear. If it's wear what is the most likely component please? Thanks

Submitted 188 days ago | by DavidC, Bridgwater, Somerset
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A: It maybe the motor is starting to seize and may get worse in time.Answered 188 days ago | Barrie
Switch problem. 1 Answer

Q: Shower only works whilst both Start and Eco buttons are held in. Have checked the solenoid resistance (3.71 kOhms) so it would appear to be the switch assembly. Do you have suitable spares in stock?

Submitted 189 days ago | by Tony, Walton-on-Thames
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A: It is likely to be a faulty latching switch that is causingthe fault however unfortunately they are now obsolete.

Answered 188 days ago | The Doc
Switch problem 1 Answer

Q: Shower will only work whilst both Start and ECO buttons are held in. Help!

Submitted 191 days ago | by Tony, Walton-on-Thames
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You maybe have a faulty switch assembly, or a solenoid fault. Test the solenoid to see if this is the problem.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/solenoid-coil-universal-no-valve-hydr-27600Answered 191 days ago | Barrie
Replacement pump cover - outlet pipe.. 1 Answer

Q: Hi - my mrs has just managed to snap the pipe that goes from the pump to the hose attachment.



Can I get a replacement part for this or am I stuck with the £100 full pump replacement?



Cheers

Submitted 220 days ago | by Ben, Essex
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A: Sorry , but this part is not sold seperately.Answered 220 days ago | Barrie
Showerforce 1500 xt 1 Answer

Q: Can you still purchase this shower

Submitted 232 days ago | by elaine, da14 5la
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No, but this link shows the replacement,
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/showerforce-1500-xt-shower-sparesAnswered 230 days ago | Barrie
Mixer not working correctly 1 Answer

Q: The mixer on my Showerforce 1500 xl thermostatic does not work correctly.



When adjusting the temperature there was click, now the mixer turns round about 1 1/2 times before stopping.



Since the clicking noise, controlling the temperature is fun as it has no reflection to what the temperature gauge says.



Do I need a new mixer valve or should I replace the whole unit.



The shower was already in our home when we moved in 8 years ago, so not sure how old this may be.



If I fix this problem, would the pump fail next, how long do they normally last if the shower is used about twice a day.



Thanks

Chris

Submitted 233 days ago | by Chris, Sandhurst
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A: Given the age etc you maybe better fitting a new shower given the cost of the replacement part.Answered 233 days ago | Barrie
Faulty On / Off Button. 1 Answer

Q: Hi - I seem to have a faulty On / Off button. The shower unit turns on ok, but won't switch off when I press the Off button. I had to isolate the power from the Mains this morning! Help!!!

Submitted 255 days ago | by Ian McG, Northants
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A: Almost certainly the latching switch is faulty which is nowobsolete.

If you remove the cover (Power off first!) you may be ableto free it off by pumping it in and out a few times.

Answered 255 days ago | The Doc
shower won't work at all 1 Answer

Q: The shower has worked perfectly for years. This morning--nothing !! No power shower-no eco button flow--just dead. I have checked fuse and connections-all seems fine with power into the connector block inside the shower. Where do I start with diagnosis please. Regards Michael Gardner

Submitted 303 days ago | by Michael, Dorset UK SP8 4NW
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A: First check the solenoid and if that is fine it maybe the motor.Answered 303 days ago | Barrie
I have this shower 10 years old at least 1 Answer

Q: My shower is only receiving hot water the cold is not coming out.



Please an you let me know the reason

Submitted 360 days ago | by Lesley, Unknown
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A: Check that you are getting cold water to the shower, and if so the filters on the cartridge maybe blocked.Answered 359 days ago | Barrie
showerforce 1500 xt revs 1 Answer

Q: my showerforce 1500 xt revs when initially started, the water flow reduces then it seems to clear and run properly. I see therr is a mention of filters in the shower and this sounds like the problem. How do I clear these filters ?

Submitted 495 days ago | by davy, dublin
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A: It certainly sounds like water starvation.

Then filters are on the thermostatic cartridge which is mounted inside the mixing valve, New  Team/Showerforce regard the mixing valve as a sealed unit the thermostatic cartridge can be removed however it can also be difficult to refit.

Answered 495 days ago | The Doc
Constant drips 1 Answer

Q: My showerforce 1500 xt has developed a drip from the base of the unit. Any suggestions what the problem might be.

Submitted 495 days ago | by davy, dublin
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A: http://www.showerdoc.com/newteam-pipe-connection-sp-087-0127

http://www.showerdoc.com/newteam-mixer-valve-complete-1500xt-sp-087-0154


Check the above areas and replace or tighten up clips as needed.

Answered 495 days ago | Barrie
Poor water flow 1 Answer

Q: The shower has developed very poor water flow, with or without the pump running, and the filters inside the thermostat are clean. The water flow into the shower is fine. Help?

Submitted 582 days ago | by Briansarnie, reading
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First I would test the soleniod , then if this is ok it may be the motor. If you have carbon residue inside the motor housing  when you remove the coverthen the brushes have worn and a new motor will be needed as the brushesare not available fo that model.
A:  
Motor / Pump assembly - http://www.showerdoc.com/newt-sp-087-0110-pump-unit-nt1000-xm-xt---nt1500xt
Answered 580 days ago | Barrie
removal of cover 1 Answer

Q: Cannot find the two screws at the bottom of cover

Submitted 591 days ago | by Hafod, Wales
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A: I believe the screw is  under the badge on the front cover.Answered 590 days ago | Barrie
ShowerForce 1500-XT 1 Answer

Q: How do you take off front cover

Submitted 606 days ago | by Anonymous, Wilmslow, Cheshire
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A: Remove the small name badge on the front there is a screw underneath. Also two screws at bottom of front cover.Answered 605 days ago | Barrie
showerforce1500-XT 1 Answer

Q: There is a lot of black residue like soot around the pump/motor and it is only pumping water intermittently any ideas.



Thank you Jen

Submitted 614 days ago | by Jen, North Wales
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A: The black residue will be carbon from the brushes, if they have worn down then you are going to need a new motor and pump unit.

Answered 614 days ago | The Doc
cannot control showering temperatures 1 Answer

Q: Our shower will not run cold. Even with the control knob on completely cold, it is still warm enough to shower under, and in fact that is the only way you can still use it. The shower when turned up is dangerously hot.

Submitted 650 days ago | by bill, bourton on the water
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A: You really need a new thermostatic mixing valve

http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/showerforce/power-showers/newt-sp-087-0154-newteam-mixer-valve-complete-1500xt-sp-087-0154

However it may just be the cartridge filters that are blocked, the mixing valve is sold as a sealed unit however the cartridge can be taken out, but you do have to be careful to get the seals back in the right position when refitting.

Answered 649 days ago | The Doc
new slider bracket 1 Answer

Q: how to attach slider bracket to rail that's already on wall???

Submitted 678 days ago | by Anonymous, sm4 6jl
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Remove either top or bottom cover plate, unscrew screw, see video on this link,
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/showerforce/power-showers/newt-sp-280-0590-c-newteam-spirit-rail-slider---chrome-sp-280-0590-cAnswered 677 days ago | Barrie
Showerforce 1500xt hose 1 Answer

Q: What is the part number for a showerforce 1500XT hose in white/cream?

Submitted 680 days ago | by Puggy, Leicester
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Constant dripping shower head 1 Answer

Q: SHower force 1500 XT is constantly dripping. Would you suggest replacing the solenoid valve?

Submitted 693 days ago | by Judith, Lytham St Annes
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A: Yes I would replace the solenoid valve.Answered 692 days ago | Barrie
Boost not working 1 Answer

Q: Our shower works and the eco button depresses and clicks but when you push it off there is no boost - no pump noise - no difference.

Submitted 702 days ago | by Dee, London
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A: First check that you have power to the shower, and that there are no loose wires etc. If you have power and no loose wires your pump may be faulty.Answered 702 days ago | Barrie
faulty shower 1 Answer

Q: Hi, I have a showerforce 1500xt which

has recently developed a fault. If the

shower is turned on the motor runs and

sounds noisy, no water comes outof the shower head, however if before switching on you place the shower head in the bath and open the valve water flows out , turning on the motor results

in the flow increasing to normal, the power turned off and showerhead replaced in situ with both switches off

means the shower will work normally until left for a day when the fault returns.

There is a humming noise when the

flow button is pressed, is this a faulty solenoid ? or is the pump worn out?

Submitted 720 days ago | by daveg, wilmslow
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A:

Itmay be your solenoid valve, you can check it if you have a multi meter,you should have a reading of at least k3.5 ohms, across the twoterminals any less and you need a new valve. (Check the valve in thefailed state.) (When it has stopped working!)

If there is power getting to the solenoid and it is not operating then there is a good chance that you have a faulty solenoid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzJjzWqxesc

The video is intended as a guide and does not cover every shower.

If you don’t have a multimeter  we sell them  with a guide on how to use them for checking and testing the various parts of your shower.

Apartfrom helping to fix your shower, they are really useful for checkingyou have a power supply to appliances, for checking fuses and lettingyou know much power you have left in batteries

(So you will know if they are good or not) and lots of other jobs, in short they are well worth a few pounds

http://www.showerdoc.com/installation/electrical-products/SKYTRO-600-005-Digital-Multi-Tester

Answered 718 days ago | Barrie
Solenoid valve 1 Answer

Q: Water would shut off but pump would continue. From one of your previous answers, I checked the valve and it read 2.6Kohm so I purchased a new valve from you. On receiving the new valve, I checked that and that too had a reading of 2.6Kohms. It appears to work but is this correct?

Submitted 725 days ago | by enbeebee, London
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A: Sometimes you need to exert a bit of pressure on the terminals when testing as a fault will only show then. But if the shower is now working.........??Answered 724 days ago | Barrie
Tripping Power 1 Answer

Q: My 3-4 year old 1500 XT has suddenly started tripping, accompanied by a loud noise from inside the housing. Not sure what could be causing this - faulty motor, solenoid, so your advice would be appreciated.

Submitted 757 days ago | by kaydeebee, Sutton, Surrey
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A: Without hearing the noise it is difficult to say howeverfrom your description it certainly sounds like a faulty motor and pump unit

Answered 755 days ago | The Doc
new showerforce xt 1500 1 Answer

Q: how much cost a new showerforce xt 1500? and take how long to delivery

Submitted 807 days ago | by venture, wigan
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A: The shower force XT has been rebadged as the Bristan Hydropower.

See them here

http://www.showerdoc.com/showers/bristan/power-showers

Answered 804 days ago | The doc
showerforce 1500 XT 1 Answer

Q: When I press the Eco button it clicks in ok but the power shower element does not start

Submitted 824 days ago | by H, Kent
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A: Switch the power off remove the cover and give the switch agood few presses it may just release it these switches can be sticky

Answered 823 days ago | The doc
Loss of shower boost 1 Answer

Q: Looking at the questions asked by others I think I'm having a similar problem with my Showerforce 1500XT. Recently when turning the shower on the normal start/stop button gets the shower running to temperature, but then when the shower boost button is pressed the motor whirrs, boosts the flow for about 5 seconds and then the flow reduces in power again, with the motor sounding like it's working really hard. Changing the temperature to hot or cold makes no different to the flow. It would be good to know which part of the shower is broken so I can either replace the broken part or the whole shower unit.

Submitted 857 days ago | by Mark, Sheffield
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A: I think you have blocked filters in the temperature cartridge or you have a partial air lock.

Regardless, from your description it sounds like when you set the pump to boost it is running out of water

Answered 857 days ago | The doc
eco switch 1 Answer

Q: eco switch does not engage when depressed

Submitted 874 days ago | by Anonymous, surrey
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A: Sorry for the delay in replying

It is a faulty latching switch which unfortunately is now obsolete

Answered 867 days ago | The Doc
leaking valve - Showerforce 1500xt on a combi 1 Answer

Q: Have changed boiler from system boiler to combi. The shower valve now leaks and obviously the booster is not needed. Is there an allternative unit which is fed takes hot and cold supply at mains pressure?



Thanks

Submitted 886 days ago | by neil, aldridge
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A: I am afraid that there is nothing that will take the mains pressure you will need to fit a new shower.

The Mira Combiforce or 415 ranges work best with a combi boiler.

http://www.shower-warehouse.com/showers/mixer-showers/mira

Answered 885 days ago | The Doc
Mixer Valve leaking 1 Answer

Q: The mixer valve for my Shower Force XT1500 was leaking so I bought a new one from the Shower Doctor. My plumber fitted the new valve but the thing is still leaking from the same place! Any thoughts?

Submitted 899 days ago | by nathanfly, Devon
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A: We haven’t had any of these returned as faulty.

Is there any possibility of sending a photo showing where it is leaking from? If there is any problem we can always send a replacement however if we have a photo we may be able to resolve the problem without removing the part.

If you have difficulty posting the photos you can send them to my email address

gt@showerdoc.co.uk

Answered 899 days ago | The Doc
SHOWER STOPS MID FLOW 1 Answer

Q: Shower working normally then suddenly stops and is silent. Turning off then on can get it to work again. Any thoughts?

Submitted 920 days ago | by Andy, Stackpole
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A: From your description I am not sure whether you have a faulty motor and pump unit or a faulty solenoid.

If the water suddenly stops running but you can hear the motor running then you have a faulty solenoid

If the motor is faulty then the water flow will reduce to a trickle and there will be no noise from the motor

Answered 920 days ago | The doc
LEAK FROM NEW TEAM MIXER VALVE 1 Answer

Q: WATER IS DRIPPING FROM MIXER VALVE DO I NEED TO REPLACE COMPLETE VALVE OR IS THERE A SEAL

Submitted 1032 days ago | by IGGY, DUNSTABLE
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A: I am afraid it is going to need a new valve  

Answered 1032 days ago | The doc
only hot water 1 Answer

Q: I have one of these showers but it only delivers boiling hot water and I can not turn the temperature down.

Submitted 1066 days ago | by Dinos, Carshalton surrey
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A: I presume that it is connected to a low pressure supply?

If the supply is OK then it may be one of the filters on the thermostat in the mixing valve is blocked.

Newteam’ s remedy for this is to fit a new mixing valve however it is possible to remove the stat and check that the filters are clean.

The reason that New Team suggest that you replace the complete valve is  that it can be difficult to seal when the thermostat is refitted, however in my view if you are probably going to have to replace the valve, you may as well have a go, if it seals fine! If it doesn’t you are no worse off.

Answered 1063 days ago | The Doc
Showerforce XT 1500 Hose 1 Answer

Q: Hi, the hose of my power shower started leaking with water spraying all over. Now it has completely disconnected. If I order a replacement hose. How can I fit it back on? Do I need a plumber?

Submitted 1069 days ago | by ljt, herts
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A: This should be a DIY job just a case of unscrewing the ends of the hose from the unit and the shower head and screwing the new hose back on.

Any of these hoses will fit.

http://www.shower-warehouse.com/shower-accessories/shower-hoses/newteam

Answered 1068 days ago | The doc
no hot water in my shower 1 Answer

Q: PLease help. My shower Showerforce thermostatic is supplied by combi boiler. I have water evywhere else apart from shower. Can you help please

Submitted 1163 days ago | by marian, Daventry
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The 1500XT should under no circumstances be connected to a combi boiler, apart from non compatibility it is illegal to connect a pumped shower directv to mains.
A: Suggest you call in an installation engineer to advise.Answered 1162 days ago | Alastair
Removing 1500XT cover 1 Answer

Q: I need to remover the front cover from the unit. I have taken the retaining screw out from behind the small name badge on the front of the unit but the cover is still stuck fast, is there some other fixing I'm missing?

Submitted 1181 days ago | by Adrian, Hertfordshire
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A: Also two screws at bottom of front cover


Answered 1181 days ago | The Doc
shower 1 Answer

Q: shower head dripping what do i need to rectify the problem

Submitted 1185 days ago | by caz, mountsorrel loughborough leicesters
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You require a new solenoid valve which can be ordered online by clicking on the link below.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/showerforce/NEWT-SP-087-0230-NewTeam-Solenoid-SP-087-0230Answered 1183 days ago | Alastair
Constant Leaking & poor temprature control 1 Answer

Q: Shower constantly drips (Every 20 seconds) & when in use if you turn hot & cold switch it goes all the way round & then clunks & water goes from scalding to freezing.

Submitted 1189 days ago | by John, Warwick
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A: The dripping will be cured by fitting a new solenoid valve and the temperature problem will need a new thermostatic mixing valve.Answered 1189 days ago | The Doc
new team 1500-xt 1 Answer

Q: The shower works fine on the start/stop button but nothing happens when the eco button is pressed. We have lost the power shower part. This is a recent fault as the shower has worked fine for the last three years

Submitted 1190 days ago | by pete, colchester essex
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A: Sounds like a fault with the motor and pump unit.

Is the motor running? If not then you could have a fault with the switch or the motor is faulty, if it is the motor then you could maybe get away with fitting brushes.


Answered 1188 days ago | The Doc
Power shower ---Showerforce 1500XT 1 Answer

Q: Not delivering water

Have checked hot and cold supply

Changed solenoid after reading another persons problem

Brushes on motor OK

What can I try now ?

Submitted 1214 days ago | by Toddy, Lancaster
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A: That is peculiar I presume you have checked that there is power going to the solenoid?

I also presume that nothing could have interrupted the water supply to the shower.

There are filters in the thermostatic mixing valve however if they were blocked then this would tend to restrict the flow rather than stop it.

The only other thing I can think of is a collapsed hose, sometimes the hose can look OK on the outside but the inner wall collapses therefore not allowing the water through.  

Answered 1213 days ago | The Doc
shower leaking 1 Answer

Q: my shower is leaking water from which seems to be coming from the mixer valve how could that be repaired or should i get a new shower unit?

Submitted 1216 days ago | by blu, hartlepool
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The complete mixer valve is available as a spare and can be ordered online by clicking on the link below.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/newteam/NEWT-SP-087-0154-Mixer-Valve-Complete-1500XtAnswered 1215 days ago | Alastair
shower 1500XT 1 Answer

Q: How do you take

Submitted 1222 days ago | by Ray, Peterborough
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A: As I recollect 2 screws on the underside of the case and 2 behind the front knob

Answered 1221 days ago | The Doc
Loses Power 1 Answer

Q: All sounds very familiar.



My 1500XT will start as normal, but then quickly reduces to a trickle. The motor still sounds like it is working hard. This happened 12 months ago, and cured itself



In addition, there is little control over temp. Full hot to fully cold makes very littel difference, especially after the shower has started



Any ideas?



Thanks in advance

Submitted 1224 days ago | by Anthony, Leamington
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A: Sounds like the filters in the temperature cartridge may be blocked this means replacing the mixing valve.

http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/newteam/NEWT-SP-087-0154-Mixer-Valve-Complete-1500Xt

NT regard the mixing valve as a sealed unit,  however it is possible to remove the temperature cartridge to get to the filters, the problem is that it can sometimes be difficult to get the  valve to reseal properly.

Answered 1223 days ago | Anonymous
Poor hot flow 1 Answer

Q: Cold flow is fine but when turned round to hot, shower flow is poor and tends to pulse

Submitted 1228 days ago | by Rob, Tring
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A: It probably needs a new mixer valve.

However it may be the thermostat filters in the valve that are blocked this is supposed to be a sealed unit however it is possible to take the thermostat unit out, the issue can be getting the valve to reseal

Here is the link to the valve.

http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/NEWT-SP-087-0154-Mixer-Valve-Complete-1500Xt

Answered 1227 days ago | The Doc
No hot water 1 Answer

Q: when the shower is on max hot water it is only just above warm,the water into the shower is very hot as is the bath and the basin taps,the shower is no where as hot as these,i know the shower is thermostatically controlled but it is not hot enough as it used to be,any ideas?thanks

Submitted 1250 days ago | by jag737
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A: I am presuming that you are not on a combi boiler if not then you are probably going to need a new mixing valve.

Here is the link.

http://www.showerdoc.com/newteam/shower-spares/NEWT-SP-087-0154-Mixer-Valve-Complete-1500Xt

Answered 1249 days ago | The Doc
shower not delivering water 1 Answer

Q: when the shower is switched on, the pump operates but no water is coming out.

there is water to the hot and cold inlet side but nothing at shower head

could this be the selonoid at fault?

Submitted 1259 days ago | by squeeky
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A: Yes it sounds like a solenoid fault.

Here is how to check.

It may be your solenoid valve, you can check it if you have a multi meter, you should have a reading of at least k3.5 ohms, across the two terminals any less and you need a new valve. (Check the valve in the failed state.) (When it is not working!)

If there is power getting to the solenoid and it is not operating then there is a good chance that you have a faulty solenoid.

If you don’t have a multimeter we sell them with a guide on how to use them for checking and testing the various parts of your shower.

Apart from helping to fix your shower, they are really useful for checking you have a power supply to appliances, for checking fuses and letting you know much power you have left in batteries

(So you will know if they are good or not) and lots of other jobs, in short they are well worth a few pounds

http://www.showerdoc.com/installation/electrical-products/SKYTRO-600-005-Digital-Multi-Tester

Answered 1258 days ago | The Doc
no power 1 Answer

Q: my 1500xt only seems to be running on eco mode and has hardly any power,it started to make a loud wurrin noise when you had it running on full power then it just lost all power and just trickels out.can this be cured by a new pump or do i need a whole new shower?

Submitted 1264 days ago | by westoblue
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A: From what you say it may be being starved of water (an air lock)

Remove the shower head and lay the hose in the bottom of the shower tray or bath then turn the shower on to fully cold and allow to run for about 3mins then turn the shower to fully hot and allow to run for 3mins this may draw any air in the system through.

There are filters on the thermostatic cartridge, however this is part of the inlet valve and regarded as a sealed unit, it can be taken apart however it can sometimes be difficult to reseal.

Answered 1263 days ago | The doc
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