|Posted by John Scates on February 24, 2003 at 23:11:32:|
|In response to Re: Why the difference in water pressure?|
I'm assuming that the tub and shower are separate fixtures:
You're not going to like my answer: It sounds like the shower valve itself is the source of restriction. Judging by your description, you have eliminated just about everything else.
Other than that, it may be possible that the hot pipe leading to the shower faucet may be bent/buckled behind the wall - but this would only be true if it a) has always been weak, and b) you had a really lousy, doesn't give-a-hoot plumber install the pipe, because this option cannot be an accident. I would therefore consider it unlikely.
- John Scates
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