|Posted by hj on October 12, 19100 at 01:08:23:|
|In response to Re: diverter|
If, when the valve was installed, the restrictor plate had been removed then there would be enough water to do both. The idea of the restrictor is to prevent more water from exiting the valve than the spout could accomodate. If too much water was available the excess would have to travel up through the shower head, which would do what you want, and a diverter would not be necessary.
: I need to know how/if a diverter can be used to have both the shower and tub faucet on at same time. Is there a diverter on the market to do this or is there a way to change something in the diverter to make it work this way.
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