Adding A Shower Diverter

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Adding A Shower Diverter – Shower heads are designed to distribute the water evenly over the body. The only problem with the shower head is that it can only provide water to one part of the body at a time. When you install a shower distributor, you can attach a shower head and has two shower heads go at once. This allows you to wash several parts of the body at a time. With the right tools, and one minute couples, you can install the shower diverter yourself

Posted on March 5, 2017 shower With 0 comments

For adding a shower diverter you will need: Pipe Wrench and Channel Lock. The first step to adding a shower diverter is turn off the water to your shower. Attach a wrench or channel locks to the shower head nut where the shower head meets the water intake. Turn the wrench or channel locks to the left to loosen the nut and remove your shower head from the supply line.

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Attach your shower diverter to the shower head, screwing it where the water supplies line. Fit diverter to the water supply line where the shower head was. Attach your additional shower head manifold. Tighten connections; use your channel locks or pliers. Turn on the shower and check for leaks in the connections. If you find something, use your channel locks or pliers to tighten the connections.