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SHOWER HEAD 1 Answer

Q: NITRO SINGLE POSITION SHOWERHEAD

PART NUMBER 88500027

CAN'T FIND

Submitted 221 days ago | by david, PORTSMOUTH
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A: http://www.showerdoc.com/getproduct.aspx?pid=54246

This should help.Answered 219 days ago | Barrie
anti scold device stat 1 Answer

Q: I am looking for this item 36TXE11. The part no is 14268 L50-8-5C89812 for triton T.70So plus space clips

Submitted 255 days ago | by Anonymous, hyde
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A: http://www.showerdoc.com/triton-t70si-shower-spares

I think you mean the TCO part 2 or the tco which comes with the outlet tube part 12.

The numbers that you supplied are not in our system.Answered 255 days ago | Barrie
Done solenoid still nothing 1 Answer

Q: Ok so I had power but no water, bought a solenoid coil replaced that and still got nothing, took bath plate off to find shower is running off of hot water is this right??? I thought all electric showers came from cold water. Please help I need a cold shower it's roasting in glasgow

Submitted 278 days ago | by W33gry, Glasgow
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A: Electric showers are run off of the COLD MAINS supply, as they need the pressure to work properly etc. You need to have it replumbed.Answered 276 days ago | Barrie
water temperature cold 1 Answer

Q: neon light is on, only cold water no mater where temp regulator is set.

Submitted 283 days ago | by hk1998, Skye
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A:

I thinkyou may have a faulty Thermal Cut Out

A faulty TCO will have nocontinuity across the two terminals (The black thing on top of the heatingtank)
Therefore a good TCO willhave power at both connections and a faulty TCO will have power at only one.
(The function of the TCOis, if the water over heats it cuts the power off to the elements until thewater cools, this can take up to 15mins)

http://www.showerdoc.com/triton-thermal-cut-out-22009860

See Video.

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

Afterfitting a new TCO

When fitting a new TCO listen to the shower, afterit has completed its first on/off cycle, if when it is switched off you hear itcontinuing to heat (Noise like a kettle starting to boil) this will mean thatthere is a switch or a relay that is stuck in the on position, this is keepingan element energised and this is probably what caused the original TCO to fail.

If this is the case replace the faulty switch orrelay and make sure that you switch the shower off at the isolating switch whenthe shower is not in use because this maycause the new TCO to fail.

Answered 282 days ago | The Doc
Power but no water 1 Answer

Q: My shower was on and just got warm when it cut out, no water was coming out then. Still has power but no water! The water is ok everywhere else.

Submitted 289 days ago | by w33gry, Glasgow
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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 289 days ago | Barrie
30Amp Plug 1 Answer

Q: When useing the shower the 30Amp plug is overheating

Submitted 297 days ago | by bjh, Bolton,
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I would stop using the shower. Your shower and wiring may not be compatible or there could be a problem with the heating can and/or wiring. In any case the shower should not be on a "plug".
A:

Here isa table that allows you to work out what you can do with the existing wiring,make sure you fill it in accurately as this can make a large difference to theeventual calculation.

http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Technical/Charts/VoltageDrop.html

You mayalso have to change the fuse

Up to8.5kw 35 Amp fuse

Up to9.5kw 40 Amp Fuse

Up to10.5kw 45 Amp Fuse

If youare even in the slightest unsure about any of the above then please contact anelectrician or someone to check the shower components.

Answered 297 days ago | Barrie
TritonT70si Shower 1 Answer

Q: The Power on my TritonT70si Shower went off whilst in use; since then the water has been lukewarm can you tell me what might be the problem and is it worth fixing or is it better to get a new one thanks!

Submitted 305 days ago | by King, Derby
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A: It may be a faulty elementin the heating tank (there are two, three in most 10kw showers) you can checkthem with a multi meter you should have a reading of around 12>18 ohms.

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

If you don’t have amultimeter we sell them at £10 each with a guide on how to use them forchecking and testing the various parts of your shower.

Apart from helping to fixyour shower, they are really useful for checking you have a power supply toappliances, for checking fuses, letting you know much power you have left inbatteries

(so you know if they are dud ornot) 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 304 days ago | Barrie
Shower running too hot when on coldest setting 1 Answer

Q: Shower running too hot even though the temperature setting is rotated to the minimum setting.

Submitted 306 days ago | by Paul, Middlesbrough
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A: The things to check firstare:

1 That the main valve cominginto your house is fully open.

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

If these valvesare not fully open then there may not be enough water getting to your shower.

Make sure that the shower head isclean 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 faultyflow/stabilizer valve not allowing the correct amount of water into the shower.

A rough check is to remove theshower head turn temperature control to fully hot the water coming out of thehose should be a bit more than a dribble then turn to fully cold and it shouldbe coming out at full flow.

Ifthere is not much difference between the two then you could have a faulty flowvalve.

Carry out this checkafter you check the inlet valves.

Also as it is a Triton have a look at the outlet TCO

The outlet Thermal Cut Outthis is a black disk with two wires going to it and it is mounted on the out letpipe (The bit between the heating tank and thehose)


Examine theconnections closely if you see any discoloration / signs of overheating then theTCO needs replaced.

Open / close the safety device that allows power throughto the elements

Answered 306 days ago | Barrie
water flow out from brown small pipe 1 Answer

Q: Hi,

when I switch on , the water flow out from the shower pipe, but this small brown pipe flow out water too, why? thank you.

Submitted 311 days ago | by Anonymous, bristol
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A: Ithink the Pressure Relief Device (PRD) has blown.

It’sa safety device on the bottom of the heating tank.

Itis fairly easy to replace however there is usually something that causes it toblow, oftena kink in the hose or the showerhead is blocked, so check this before fittingthe new PRD.

Answered 310 days ago | Barrie
Water flow 1 Answer

Q: Water pressure at the shower head dropped and the overflow started to run running. switched the shower on and off and the problem is still there. renewed shower hose and started the shower but still the water flows from the overflow outlet.

Submitted 322 days ago | by Anonymous, Unknown
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A: Ithink the Pressure Relief Device (PRD) has blown.

There is a small ball inside which has probably gone.

You need a new PRD.

Answered 322 days ago | Barrie
No water 1 Answer

Q: When I turned my shower on this morning I could hear that it was working but no water came out, can you help please?

Submitted 401 days ago | by gvevans, Cardiff
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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 401 days ago | Barrie
longer shower hose 1 Answer

Q: Do you do a 2metre hose for triton T70si,if so what is the price please

Submitted 462 days ago | by driphead24, hampshire
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A: Triton don’t do a 2mt hose however MX do a universal 2mthose

http://www.showerdoc.com/mx-2m-steel-shower-hose-universal-hae

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Answered 462 days ago | The Doc
Water leak 1 Answer

Q: Hi, When the shower is running water is leaking from the top of the stabiliser valve assembly well I think it is coming from there, can this be replaced and is it easy to fit?



Thanks

Submitted 518 days ago | by Jules, Long Eaton
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A: Yes the stabilizer valve often leaks from the top

http://www.showerdoc.com/triton-stabiliser-valve-assembly-7-5-8-5-9-5kw-p07810800

It is fairly straight forward to replace  however there no specific instructions.

This may help.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLdiGvZmyGo&feature=g-all-u

Answered 518 days ago | The Doc
T70SI not heating water, neon light not coming on 1 Answer

Q: I have power at the ceiling fitted relay switch and through to the live terminal (thick brown cable) on the Thermal Cutout (No.2 on your diagram). There does not seem to be power at any other terminal in the unit. When the Actuator Switch (No.3) is turned on the Power Neon (No.1) does not light up. water flows at all temperature settings and shuts off correctly. However, there is no heat.

Submitted 549 days ago | by LMP, London
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A: 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

Answered 548 days ago | The Doc
T70SI Fuse Rating 1 Answer

Q: Can you tell me the correct fuse rating for the T70SI

shower unit. We have a Wylex NHRS12SL Distribution Box

Many thanks

Submitted 638 days ago | by Jem, Eastbourne
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A:

If your existing shower was installed with 6mm wiring (as it should have been) then fitting another shower (even up to one of the 10kw units) to the existing wiring should be no problem, depending on the length of the run off cable and how the cable is installed.

Here is a table that allows you to work out what you can do with the existing wiring, make sure you fill it in accurately as this can make a large difference to the eventual calculation.

http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Technical/Charts/VoltageDrop.html

You may also have to change the fuse

Up to 8.5kw 35 Amp fuse

Up to 9.5kw 40 Amp Fuse

Up to 10.5kw 45 Amp Fuse

If you are even in the slightest unsure about any of the above then please contact an electrician.

Answered 638 days ago | Barrie
T70si Temp problems 1 Answer

Q: Will only run cold unless bottom temperature dial is turned almost fully to hot. Then there is an audible "Click" and the shower then runs unbearably hot. Turning back down to cold has no effect untill there is another "click" then it runs stone cold again?

Submitted 650 days ago | by Nibody, Tamworth
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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 all starts again

 

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.

A ruff check is to remove the shower head turn temperature control tofully hot the water coming out of the hose should be a bit more than a dribblethen turn to fully cold and it should be coming out at full flow.

If there is not much difference between the two then you could have afaulty flow valve.

Carry out this check after you check the inlet valves.


Answered 647 days ago | The Doc
Cant turn water supply off 1 Answer

Q: Hi

I have been unable to turn the water supply off using the shower controls. Isolating the power will not stop water supply either. I have had to isolate actual water supply to stop water flow. i assume the actuator / switching module must be faulty can you help

details 7.4 - 8kw T70si

Regards

Submitted 702 days ago | by KB, West Midlands
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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 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 702 days ago | Barrie
Burning odor 1 Answer

Q: What can cause the wire from the micro switch and the switch on the outlet to burn? I have already replace both parts(Micro switch and switch from the outlet and still the burning odor coming out of the outlet switch( Two blue wire connected on it)?

Submitted 710 days ago | by YA, Mauritius
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A: Usually a loose connection causes this. Sometimes crimping the spade connector a little will help.Answered 709 days ago | Barrie
NO FLOW WHEN TURNED TO HOT 1 Answer

Q: HI

MY SHOWER HAS DEVELOPED A PROBLEM. WHEN TURN THE TEMPERTURE UP THE PRESSURE DROPS TO THE POINT THERE IS A DRIBBLE COMING OUT.

CHECKED WATER PRESSURE OK

ANY IDEAS.

DAVE

Submitted 781 days ago | by DAVE, ESSEX
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A: Forgetting about the temperature turn the shower from fully hot to fully cold at fully hot you should have not much more than a dribble coming from the hose and on fully cold you should have a good strong flow, if you do not have this difference then you may have a faulty flow/stabilizer  valve


http://www.showerdoc.com/TRITO-P07810800-Triton-Stabiliser-Valve-Assembly-(7-5-8-5-9-5kw)-P07810800

Answered 780 days ago | Barrie
Running hot and cold 1 Answer

Q: When you turn on the shower with the two lines the water starts hot but then goes cold then back to hot. If I turn it to the one line it is fine. What could it be?

Submitted 829 days ago | by Anonymous, Crawley
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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 all starts again

 

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.

A ruff check is to remove the shower head turn temperature control tofully hot the water coming out of the hose should be a bit more than a dribblethen turn to fully cold and it should be coming out at full flow.

If there is not much difference between the two then you could have afaulty flow valve.

Carry out this check after you check the inlet valves.

Also if it is a Triton have a look at the outlet TCO

The outlet Thermal Cut Out this is a black disk with two wires going toit and it is mounted on the out let pipe (The bit between the heating tank andthe hose)
Examine the connections closely if you see any discoloration / signs ofoverheating then the TCO needs replaced.

 

 

Answered 829 days ago | The Doc
triton t70si cutting out 1 Answer

Q: The shower runs ok for aprox 5 mins then it cuts out and the water becomes cold for aprox 1 min then the shower starts up again and the water becomes warm. Then once it has cut of once it will continue to do so every couple of minutes. Have you any idea what the problem may be?

Submitted 836 days ago | by testy, salisbury
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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 all starts again

 

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.

A ruff check is to remove the shower head turn temperature control tofully hot the water coming out of the hose should be a bit more than a dribblethen turn to fully cold and it should be coming out at full flow.

If there is not much difference between the two then you could have afaulty flow valve.

Carry out this check after you check the inlet valves.

Also if it is a Triton have a look at the outlet TCO

The outlet Thermal Cut Out this is a black disk with two wires going toit and it is mounted on the out let pipe (The bit between the heating tank andthe hose)
Examine the connections closely if you see any discoloration / signs ofoverheating then the TCO needs replaced.

 

 

Answered 834 days ago | The Doc
Shower runs cold 1 Answer

Q: My shower takes a few seconds before the water comes through and it is stone cold. What part do I need to replace

Submitted 847 days ago | by Lynn, Hereford
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A: The water should come through immediately,if it is not two things come to mind

One the solenoid valve may besticking two you may have had a sticking switch and this has boiled off some ofthe water in the heating tank therefore it takes a few seconds to refill seethis note below. After fitting a new TCO

Regarding the cold water I think you mayhave a faulty Thermal Cut Out
A faultyTCO will have no continuity across the two terminals (The black thing on top ofthe heating tank) Thereforea good TCO will have power at both connections and a faulty TCO will have powerat only one. (Thefunction of the TCO is, if the water over heats it cuts the power off to theelements until the water cools, this can take up to 15mins)

See Video.

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

After fitting a new TCO

When fitting a new TCO listen to the shower, after it hascompleted its first on/off cycle, if when it is switched off you hear itcontinuing to heat (Noise like a kettle starting to boil) this will mean thatthere is a switch or a relay that is stuck in the on position, this is keepingan element energised and this is probably what caused the original TCO to fail.

If this is the case replace the faulty switch or relay andmake sure that you switch the shower off at the isolating switch when theshower is not in use because this may cause the new TCO to fail.

Answered 847 days ago | The doc
pressure release device 1 Answer

Q: My pressure release device is relasing water at the moment. Changed the hose and shower head. Is this part broken now and should l replace it? Is this easy to do?

Submitted 869 days ago | by Wackey, St Albans
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A: Sorry for the delay in replying.

Yes I think all you need to do is replace the PRD

Here is the link to the PRD there is a vido at the foot of the page.

http://www.showerdoc.com/TRITO-82800450-Triton-Pressure-Relief-Device-82800450

Answered 863 days ago | The doc
shower letting by 1 Answer

Q: shower operates normally but when turned off shower head drips continually. shower has worked fine for 3 weeks and has only just started letting by

Submitted 887 days ago | by hermine, broadstairs
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A: I think you need a new solenoid valveAnswered 885 days ago | The Doc
shower cuts off after 2 minuites 1 Answer

Q: i have a triton T70si shower that cut off after 2 minuites can you help. thank you.

Submitted 919 days ago | by ollie, liverpool
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This is most likely to be the solenoid coiul at fault , if you click on the link below it will take you to a video clip showing how to test and if required change the coil and allow online ordering of replacement.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/HYDR-27600-Solenoid-Coil--Universal-(no-Valve)-27600Answered 919 days ago | Alastair
Shower won't swicth on 1 Answer

Q: I have a Triton T70si and over the last couple of weeks it's been struggling to switch on, it now won't switch on at all. Do you know why. I believe there is power to the unit as the light on the fuse box is on. I don't get the neon light on though.

Submitted 948 days ago | by Jules, Unknown
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A: I presume you mean by not working that you mean you have no water?

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 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 948 days ago | The |Doc
Triton T70si solenoid 1 Answer

Q: how do i fit new solenoid, into solenoid valve unit on a Triton T70si shower. Thanks for any help given

Submitted 995 days ago | by jim, kings lynn
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A: This video clip should help

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzJjzWqxesc&feature=player_embedded#at=11

Answered 994 days ago | The Doc
triton t70si 1 Answer

Q: fast water drips from shower head after switching shower off. Happens after showering and even after standing for a while. Could this be solenoid valve.

Submitted 1000 days ago | by jim, kings lynn
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This is almost certainly the solenoid valve , replacement can be ordered online by clicking on this link.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/TRITO-83300450-Triton-Solenoid-Valve-Assembly-83300450Answered 1000 days ago | Alastair
water leaking from between the heat element and the stabilising valve 1 Answer

Q: hi, when in use unless the water pressure is very low water leaks from between the heat element and the stabilising valve should replacing the o ring solve this or is somthing else causing the issue ? any help would be appreciated, also do i need to order a whole heat element or are the o rings available to order ?



thanks

ben

Submitted 1014 days ago | by ben, sudbury
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A: I would be very unusual for it to leak from here

Could it be leaking from the top of the stabilizer valve and running down the back making it look like that joint is leaking?

If it is leaking from that joint then you will have to take it apart to establish what is causing the leak, A faulty ‘O’ ring perhaps a fault with the flow valve or the spigot on the heater tank is damaged or perhaps the spigot is just not entering the stab valve squarely  

Answered 1011 days ago | The Doc
TRITON T70SI going cold 1 Answer

Q: SHOWER KEEPS GOING COLD WHEN IN USE

Submitted 1080 days ago | by MARK, NORFOLK
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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 open / close the safety device that allows power through to the elements

The other thing to check is.

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.   

Answered 1079 days ago | The doc
Triton outlet pipes 1 Answer

Q: Will the Triton outlet pipe assembly Part # 85000160 fit the triton Biarritz 2 model electric shower?

Submitted 1144 days ago | by Gazza, Kent
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A: The 83306990  is now obsolete, this is not a direct change over however if you are competent you should be able to adapt the 160  Do not attempt this unless you know what you are doing

Answered 1144 days ago | The Doc
TRITON T70si 1 Answer

Q: Shower works for 2 minutes and then the water goes cold. There switch or click noise can be heard from the unit when this happens.

Submitted 1170 days ago | by Naru, LE3
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Pretty certain this is the thermal cut out at fault. Replacement canb be ordered online by clicking on the link below.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/TRITO-22009860-Triton-Thermal-Cut-out-22009860Answered 1165 days ago | Alastair
Water flowing 1 Answer

Q: water will not stop running after shower has been turned, would this be the solenoid valve assembly thats causing the problem?

Submitted 1317 days ago | by Jem
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Yes the solenoid valve has failed open and needs replaced, it can be ordered online by clicking on the link below.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/triton/TRITO-83300450-Solenoid-valve-assemblyAnswered 1317 days ago | Alastair
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Not a direct swap, but the T80z should make replacing this fairly easy.

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