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Old 03-27-2018, 08:42 PM   #1
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Hi all, I have 2 showers running off a Garo Non priority unit. This causes one shower to not activate if the other is on.

1 of the showers is working fine. The other turns on for a few seconds & then loses power completely. I'm abroad so I've had an electrician look at it for me & he's saying the wire to it might be faulty. Am I right in saying this isn't a possibility from looking at the wiring diagram?

He's swapped connection from shower 1 to shower 2 on the contactors however the fault stays with the original shower.

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Sounds like the flow sensor or the wiring associated with it is faulty !

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