Shower Faucet Question

Users who are viewing this thread


New Member
Reaction score
I'm trying to increase the amount of hot water I get to one of my showers by moving the limiter (I have the kind shown in the picture). However, when I adjust the limiter so that the handle is allowed to turn more counter-clockwise, when turning past a certain point, the water shuts off. If I continue turning counter-clockwise, the water eventually comes back on but from the cold side. Also, after adjusting the limiter to allow the handle to move more towards hot water, when turning the handle back towards cold/off, the limiter now stops the rotation from moving far enough to actually turn the water completely off. What am I missing here?

Last edited by a moderator:
Hey, wait a minute.

This is awkward, but...

It looks like you're using an ad blocker. We get it, but (1) can't live without ads, and (2) ad blockers can cause issues with videos and comments. If you'd like to support the site, please allow ads.

If any particular ad is your REASON for blocking ads, please let us know. We might be able to do something about it. Thanks.
I've Disabled AdBlock    No Thanks