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Old 06-20-2018, 11:17 AM   #1
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Shower head replacement

Recommendations on a new shower head replacement for a z23b?
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Old 06-20-2018, 11:30 AM   #2
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Hers's one we like: Oxygenics. (not necessarily from the vendor shown). We prefer this cut off valve because it cuts the flow off completely, and is fully adjustable from off to a trickle to full on and all points in-between.
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We have the same one works great!
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Old 06-20-2018, 12:51 PM   #4
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X2 on the Oxygenics. Must have with a shut off valve so you get warm water when turning back on (assuming you take a Navy shower).

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Hers's one we like: Oxygenics. (not necessarily from the vendor shown). We prefer this cut off valve because it cuts the flow off completely, and is fully adjustable from off to a trickle to full on and all points in-between.
Can you give me the model number?
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Can you give me the model number?
Just click the links in my post and the model numbers are there.
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Just click the links in my post and the model numbers are there.
Where do you connect the shut off valve? Also, did you purchase the chrome hot water/cold handles?
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Oxygenics but use the shut off that comes with it. It allows a small trickle of water so when you turn it back on, the water is the same temp it was when you shut if off. If you do Navy showers it's a must. If you turn the water off completely, and it's cool out, the water will be cold when you turn it back on.
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Where do you connect the shut off valve?
The valve (which ever one you use) can screw into the base of the shower head, and the hose can attach to the valve. My wife and I both like a total shut off valve. We did have an issue with the temperature changing, but it was due to hot water "backing up" into the cold water line when the valve was shut off. This was cured with a check valve put in the cold water line. Here's a thread about this issue: Shower Check Valves. If the dribble of water is OK for you, that probably will also solve the hot - or cold - blast when the shut off valve is off and then turned on.

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Also, did you purchase the chrome hot water/cold handles?
Do you mean did we buy a new faucet? No.
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Another for Oxygenics, we put one on a few weeks ago, I asked my wife to keep it or go back to the original, She basically told me to keep the Oxygenics, the look and tone she gave me was that if I changed it back to the original I would die.
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