06:32AM | 10/08/05
Member Since: 06/26/05
12 lifetime posts
I have dripping from my tub spout, apparently due to the way either my shower diverter or related piping is configured. (I had work done on the hot and cold faucets, assuming first they were the culprits, and of course that didn't fix it.)

It takes hours and hours for that drip to finally stop.

**I will be having my tub reglazed soon, and although they will cover the spout while the refinishing sets, it's critical that no water drip on the finish for 24 hours.

Can I solve this by replacing the spout/shower diverter with a different design, or is this a more complicated issue? Would like to hear from anyone who has dealt with same/similar problem. Thanks.


08:17AM | 11/30/07
Member Since: 11/29/07
1 lifetime posts
We have a similar problem. When you turn on the water in the tub the showerhead drips constantly with the diverter in the tub position. Once the water is turned off, everything stops but it makes it impossible to do anything in the tub without the shower dribbling on you.
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