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Posted by Justin VanAbrahams [Email] (#32) [Profile/Gallery] (more from Justin VanAbrahams) on Wed, 16 Oct 2013 10:19:11 Share Post by Email
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And the only reference I could find to the particular hardware I have is from a guy with a 1966 Airstream and the same problem. ;) I'm going to call Delta this afternoon and see if they can be of any help on replacement parts. I don't want to take things apart until I am prepared to put it back together.

Snowmobile, to answer your question - I don't really have a sense of what happens to the shower water when someone flushes the toilet. It's just the two of us, and we're largely on different schedules so it's infrequent someone is in the shower and someone in using a toilet. In all seriousness, it may have never happened! I'll see about giving it a try tonight - although maybe it's too late to really do that, since there isn't much hot water coming out of the shower now. ;)

If it turns out the whole valve must be replaced - either because parts are NLA or because it's fused all together - it's going to be a tough decision. Either cutting a bigger hole in the shower, or going in from behind. Both are options, neither pleasant. I don't want to cut up tile, but OTOH my girl used to do high-end painting professionally, so there is a lot of time consuming paint work going on in that bathroom. A patch/repair of drywall would be unpleasant for her.

I'll see what Delta says, then either buy some replacement parts or call the plumber. If it's *anything* invasive, I'm not tackling it. I've got too much on my plate right now. :(

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