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Old 02-01-2009, 12:21 PM   #1
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in our new 2008 alergo bus showers hot water doesnt come out hot. we have hot water in the bathroom and kitchen sink but the shower is luke warm at best does any one know why or kow to fix it burrrrrr
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Can't say for sure but most shower head controls (ones with only 1 handle)have a setable thermostate in the control handle, take handle off and there is a screw that can be moved they call it a "scald control" so you don't burn your self
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Check your winterizing bypass valve, if not set properly it can allow the cold and hot to mix thus dropping the temp of the water from the tap. Also, if equipped, check the exterior shower valve. If they're opened the same mixing can occur there too.
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