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Jerry Simon
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Top lever rotates and diverts flow up to shower head or down to body sprays. Lower lever is temp control. Both must be pulled-out to get flow to either. Either can be pushed off and all flow is off. Why must both levers be pulled-out to attain flow? Seems like only bottom level would/should control on-off flow.

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Originally posted by Jerry Simon

Why must both levers be pulled-out to attain flow? Seems like only bottom level would/should control on-off flow.

Unless the manufacturer designed it that way, (I can't see why), I bet they pulled the cartridges to sweat in the fixture and someone fudged it up and didn't put it back together correctly.

Frank

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