08:02PM | 06/12/03
Member Since: 06/11/03
1 lifetime posts

I've read where you mention that if you remove the low flow restrictor, your shower head is likely to leak. But, do you know if it usually helps increase the flow? I grew up with Water Pik shower massagers and they were great until the "low flow" laws. Now, I just bought a brand new one, and the flow restrictor that makes it low flow is built in to the head. I believe I can 'yank' it out, and won't mind if it leaks some, but I just wonder if that might help, or might it make the flow/pressure worse perhaps? Would appreciate it if you'd give any advise on this matter, I'm sick that I can't take a good strong shower!

[This message has been edited by svc (edited June 14, 2003).]

erik peterson

10:09AM | 06/26/03
Member Since: 06/23/03
224 lifetime posts
Take the restrictor out (wont cause anything to leak) It will increase the volume coming through the shower-head....just dont let the water-police find out......erik


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