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Shower showing CS and no hot water 1 Answer

Q: The shower was showing OK, and then temperature went up and down rapidly midshower, and stopped hot water, now only cold water coming at 14 degrees



also CS is flashing

Submitted 544 days ago | by Peekay, london
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A: If the shower is absolutely cold then I think you may have a faulty Thermal Cut Out
A faulty TCO will have no continuity across the two terminals (The black thing on top of the heating tank)
Therefore a good TCO will have power at both connections and a faulty TCO will have power at only one.
(The function of the TCO is, if the water over heats it cuts the power off to the elements)

See Video.

http://www.youtube.com/user/showerdoc#p/u/2/_zi8JbEMYMs

If there is some heat it may be a faulty element in the heating tank (there are two, three in most 10kw showers) you can check them with a multi meter you should have a reading of around 12>18 ohms.

If you have power to the elements and no heat it's probably the elements, no power to the elements then it's probably a micro switch.

 

If you don’t have a multimeter  we sell them at £10 each 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, letting you know much power you have left in batteries

(so you know if they are dud or not)  and lots of other jobs, in short they are well  worth the £10.

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

Answered 542 days ago | The Doc
Triton Spellbind 9.5 KW 1 Answer

Q: Hello, the temperature gauge on my shower varies from 28-33 degrees but the water is lukewarm. Any help would be appreciated.



Thank you.

Submitted 564 days ago | by Bill, Plymouth
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28-33 degrees is cold I would say but,
A:

it may be a faulty element in the heating tank (there are two, three in most 10kw showers) you can check them with a multi meter you should have a reading of around 12>18 ohms.

If you have power to the elements and no heat it's probably the elements, no power to the elements then it's probably a micro switch.

If you don’t have a multimeter we sell them at £10 each 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, letting you know much power you have left in batteries

(so you know if they are dud or not) and lots of other jobs, in short they are well worth the £10.

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

Answered 564 days ago | Barrie
Replacing Triton Spellbind with similar 1 Answer

Q: Can you advise a replacement shower that could use same pipework and electrical supply

Submitted 595 days ago | by stacey, Norwich, Norfolk
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This is a direct replacement,
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/electric-showers/ztrito-sp1i49si-triton-topaz-t100si-thermostatic-electric-shower-9-5kwAnswered 594 days ago | Barrie
shower fault 1 Answer

Q: shower will only heat up to 33 deg

Submitted 723 days ago | by TH, Wales
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A: If the water is absolutely cold then you may have a faulty Thermal Cut Out

A faulty TCO will have no continuity across the two terminals (The black thing on top of the heating tank)

Therefore a good TCO will have power at both connections and a faulty TCO will have power at only one.

(The function of the TCO is, if the water over heats it cuts the power off to the elements)

http://www.youtube.com/user/showerdoc#p/u/2/_zi8JbEMYMs

If there is some heat from the shower you could have a faulty Outlet TCO, or a faulty element.

Examine the connections closely if you see any discoloration / signs of overheating then the TCO needs replaced.

Itmay be a faulty element in the heating tank (there are two, three inmost 10kw showers) you can check them with a multi meter you should havea reading of around 12>18 ohms.

If you have power to the elements and no heat it's probably the elements, no power to the elements then it's probably a micro switch.

Ifyou don’t have a multimeter we sell them at £10 each with a guide onhow to use them for checking and testing the various parts of yourshower.

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

(so you know if they are dud or not) and lots of other jobs, in short they are well worth the £10.

If these prove to be ok then I would suspect the PCB.

Answered 722 days ago | Barrie
Triton Spellbind Electric shower 1 Answer

Q: Thames water carrying out sewer works in area until end May.



Shower fed from mains, no pump. Water pressure on and off (LP) low pressure. Now water not heating, temperature only 14 deg.C. Please advise problem.

Submitted 761 days ago | by Unique, London
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A: Waterpressure needs to be min 1bar to operate shower properly (anything less and itwill not allow power through to the elements)

 

GiveThames a ring and ask them what the pressure should be in your area.

Answered 760 days ago | The Doc
bulb replacement 1 Answer

Q: There is no display light showing temperature. What bulb do I need and how should it be fitted please

Submitted 840 days ago | by delboy, tn37 7bb
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A: Thisis part of the cover assembly which is now unfortunately obsolete

Answered 838 days ago | The Doc
On/off switch works now and again ? 1 Answer

Q: Our on /off switch has stopped working it works now and again - which new part do you suggest I get to fit - thanks Kate

Submitted 846 days ago | by Kate, Rickmansworth Herts
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This is afault of the front cover assembly which is obsolete and no longer available so a new shower is required. Our recommended replacement is the Triton Topaz T100si 9.5kw which is a direct replacement , it can be ordered online by clicking on this link.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/ZTRITO-SP1I49SI-Triton-Topaz-T100si-Electric-Shower-9-5kW-Answered 840 days ago | Alastair
no hot water from my spellbind shower 1 Answer

Q: The hot water from my Triton spellbind has stopped. The water is only heating to 32 c. What spare parts do I need?



Many Thanks

Submitted 847 days ago | by Anonymous, Manchester
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With shower running check that power is getting to all heating elements , if so the a new heating can is required.
A: If ther is a lack of power to any of the elements then it is likely to be a faulty printed circuit board.
Either part can be ordered onlie via the link below.

http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/TRITO-PARENT-102-Triton-SpellbindAnswered 844 days ago | Alastair
Triton Spellbind low Pressure 1 Answer

Q: When I turn the shower on at the mains it displays OK.. when I turn the shower on it displays LP, presumably this is Low Pressure. What would fix this. As the shower displays OK when the mains is switched on, can I assume that the circuit board is alright. Allan

Submitted 895 days ago | by Allan, Unknown
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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  open / close the safety device that allows power through to the elements.

If you are getting no water at all then you may have a faulty 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 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.

 

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 895 days ago | Anonymous
triton spellbind dripping from the head 1 Answer

Q: Can anyone help my shower is constantly dripping from the head. I have cleaned it but it still drips.

Submitted 933 days ago | by flowergirl, away with the faries
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The solenoid valve is not closing properly and needs to be replaced , it can be ordered online by clicking on the link below.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/TRITO-83307110-Triton-Solenoid-Valve-Assembly-And-O-Ring-83307110Answered 931 days ago | Alastair
what is a pcb test and tct test 1 Answer

Q: how do I do a do a tco and pcb test

Submitted 986 days ago | by ga, mid glam
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A:

I don’t know what you want to checkfor on the PCB but I guess that you need to check that the power is going intoit in the correct places and the power going out to the elements solenoid valveetc. Is there when it is called for by the board on the front panel

Faulty Thermal Cut Out


A faulty TCO will have no continuity across the twoterminals (The black thing on top of the heating tank)

Therefore a good TCO will have power at bothconnections and a faulty TCO will have power at only one.

(The function of the TCO is, if the water over heatsit cuts the power off to the elements until the water cools, this can take upto 15mins)

SeeVideo.

http://www.youtube.com/user/showerdoc#p/u/2/_zi8JbEMYMs

Answered 986 days ago | The Doc
Triton Spellbind 10.5kw heat up and down 1 Answer

Q: hello.



My triton spellbind 10.5kw shower goes up and down the temp ranges without touching it.

Help

Submitted 1061 days ago | by KEVB, London
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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 device will turn
the power off until it cools Then it all starts again

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

Answered 1061 days ago | The Doc
Low Pressure Warning on start up - not the mains supply either. 1 Answer

Q: Hi, for a couple of months now i have had cold water trickling out of the shower box itself when the shower has been running. I had a quick look at this and it seemed to be coming from the pressure switch area inside. Anyway, it didnt really affect the operation so left it. However, this week, as soon as i turn the shower on i get the red screen come up saying low pressure. I tried increasing the water pressure at the mains tap under the sink but this has no affect to the shower, still low pressure. I have also checked the hose and shower head for blockages, all fine. Could this be the pressure switch finally giving up the ghost? are there anyother checks i can do?

Submitted 1085 days ago | by CJ, Sheffield
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A: From what you say the pressure switch its self is faulty so I would replace this and as long as the pressure is in fact OK then this should solve the problem.

Answered 1084 days ago | The doc
Triton spellbind - low presure 1 Answer

Q: In the mornings my triton spellbind turns on for a few seconds and then flashes low pressure and the water stops. This sometimes happens in the evening but mainly in the mornings.



It often also fluctautes between about 22C and 49C with out me touching the temperature dial.



Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks



Emily

Submitted 1166 days ago | by Emily, Reading
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This sounds very like a water supply problem so check with your supplier whether ther has been a reduction in supply pressure or flow.
A: If you live in a block of flats or similar and are on the top floor or thereabouts then it looks like your shower may be being starved during periods of high usage such as in the morning and possibly in early evening.
Before spending any money on tyhe shower would recommend you get a plumber to check supply conditions.Answered 1166 days ago | Alastair
Triton Spellbind Trips RCD 1 Answer

Q: Hi, Can you help. Returned from holiday to find shower inop, Switch on power, shower displays blue and reads OK. Press button on shower and trips RCD on consumer unit. There is a possibility that it was frozen while we were away. Sandy.

Submitted 1197 days ago | by sandy, Wishaw Lanarkshire
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A: It may be a faulty element in the heating tank (there are two, three in most 10kw showers) you can check them with a multi meter you should have a reading of around 12>18 ohms.

If you have power to the elements and no heat it's probably the elements, no power to the elements then it's probably a micro switch.

 

If you don’t have a multimeter  we sell them at £10 each 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, letting you know much power you have left in batteries

(so you know if they are dud or not)  and lots of other jobs, in short they are well  worth the £10.

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

Answered 1195 days ago | The Doc
Shower not turning on 1 Answer

Q: Hi, the display is lighting up on my shower but when I press the on button the shower does not work/turn on. I have carried out the TCO test, solenoid valve test (reading of 3.6) and the heating tank test (reading of over 12 on both sides) and all seem to be fine - any other ideas? Thanks.

Submitted 1240 days ago | by LH
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A: As you have tested the TCO and the solenoid it sounds like a faulty PCB

Answered 1239 days ago | Anonymous
Shower not turning on 1 Answer

Q: The shower display lights up in red with the letters CS and the shower will not turn on.

Submitted 1247 days ago | by LH
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A: 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 1246 days ago | The Doc
Not producing any water at all 1 Answer

Q: My Triton shower is around 3.5 years old and is not producing any water at all. The display is all light up but when I presss the power button nothing happens, no noise from inside either, I've cleaned both the filters and still nothing. I've phoned Triton and they seam to think it may be the selonoid or eben the main board.

Would you know does this sound familiar and be the selonoid or do you have any other thoughts??



many thanks



Graeme Spencer



Submitted 1387 days ago | by Graeme
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Would suspect the solenoid coil,if you click on the link below it will take you to a video clip which shows how to test change and if required order online.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/HYDR-27600-Universal-Solenoid-Coil-(No-Valve)

Answered 1387 days ago | Alastair
My Triton Spellbind shower not produceng hot water 1 Answer

Q: My Triton Spellbind shower not produceng hot water.i am not sure what parts to buy?

Submitted 1473 days ago | by vanya
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A: If the water is absolutely cold then you may have a faulty Thermal Cut Out

A faulty TCO will have no continuity across the two terminals (The black thing on top of the heating tank)

Therefore a good TCO will have power at both connections and a faulty TCO will have power at only one.

(The function of the TCO is, if the water over heats it cuts the power off to the elements)

http://www.youtube.com/user/showerdoc#p/u/2/_zi8JbEMYMs

If there is some heat from the shower you could have a faulty Outlet TCO, or a faulty element.

The outlet Thermal Cut Out this is a black disk with two wires going to it and it is mounted on the out let pipe (The bit between the heating tank and the hose)

Examine the connections closely if you see any discoloration / signs of overheating then the TCO needs replaced.

It may be a faulty element in the heating tank (there are two, three in most 10kw showers) you can check them with a multi meter you should have a reading of around 12>18 ohms.

If you have power to the elements and no heat it's probably the elements, no power to the elements then it's probably a micro switch.

If you don’t have a multimeter we sell them at £10 each 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, letting you know much power you have left in batteries

(so you know if they are dud or not) and lots of other jobs, in short they are well worth the £10.

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

Answered 1471 days ago | The Doc
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