First you will need to see if I was correct and the leak is from that area. If this is the case then a new stabiliser valve may solve the problem. There is no video on changing this.A:
I amoften asked “Is this a DIY job” to be honest I can’t answer that, becausewithout knowing someone, it isn’t possible to assess their skills?
Ishould say that most jobs on showers although relatively easy (from my point ofview) can be fiddly and an extra pair of hands, long thin fingers and thestrength in your hands of an all in wrestler are a help!
The secret is, observing very carefully when things are taken tobits, their order and orientation, taking notes and/or photos as you go can alsobe a help.
Whenyou are working with electricity and water so make sure it is switchedoff and turned off before you start.
If youthink you can do the job but aren’t just that confident, it may help to buy thepart and compare it to the faulty part, you will then be able to see where thescrews, wires, nuts, or washers etc. go, if then you think it is to complicated,at least you will have the part when the plumber or electricianarrives.
We will always be here to offer help and advice if you run into aproblem, however it is not the same as being on site where we canget the overhaul picture, if you are still not sure, now is the time to call ina professional.Answered 202 days ago | Barrie