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Ok, heres the deal. I live in a second storie apartment and my shoewr SUCKS! Its not very hot, and it practicaly drips out. I like em scorching hot and hard hitting. I looked around for a possible solution, and i got to the conclusion that the shower head isint the problem. I dont know what to do, besides move. I dont wana call the plumber as they can be very costly and this will be on a pretty tight budget. Can you guys offer me any help?
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Originally Posted by TerryY
Called the Landlord? It should be his responsibility to fix.
, you live in an appartment make the landlord deal with that shit
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umm the lack of water flow is due to water pressure problems. Your water might be coming from a water tower? Or they just didnt engineer the apartments right and the main water supply to the property isnt big enough. Basically theres nothing to do about that.
Go to homedepot, im sure they got shower heads that compensate for lack of water pressure.
as for the hot water, look for your water heater. Then turn the knob up that says heat.
One more thing...the guys at home depot might try to give you advice...but be skeptical cause...well they work at homedepot. Most of the employees dont know what they are talking about. This is coming from the son of a contractor who spent most of his child hood ont he job site or at home depot.
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