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Old 04-17-2011, 10:04 PM   #11
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Teamgl..... hate to tell you, but the Oxygenics has an off/on valve built in. Yes, I found out the hard way. Nothing like TWO valves to really make showering interesting!!!
Where is the valve so I don't look dumb whwen I install it?
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Old 04-17-2011, 10:08 PM   #12
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Where is the valve so I don't look dumb whwen I install it?
it's right under the shower head - if you hold it and turn the shower head you will notice it turn - it will have ridges in the piece and is connected between the hose and the shower head
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Old 04-17-2011, 10:14 PM   #13
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Where is the valve so I don't look dumb whwen I install it?
(just check the installation instructions... Glad I did because this little valve was bound for the trash can.)

there is a 'comfort flow valve' that comes with the oxygenics shower head and hose. it installs between the shower head and hose and twists to control the flow of water out of the shower head. as said before, it will not shut off the water completely.



somewhere between rinse and repeat.. there is some water savings by installing a true on-off valve.


Enjoy the oxygenics shower head.
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(just check the installation instructions... Glad I did because this little valve was bound for the trash can.)

there is a 'comfort flow valve' that comes with the oxygenics shower head and hose. it installs between the shower head and hose and twists to control the flow of water out of the shower head. as said before, it will not shut off the water completely.



somewhere between rinse and repeat.. there is some water savings by installing a true on-off valve.


Enjoy the oxygenics shower head.
I thought the valve was already connected to the hose - apparently not - good catch
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Old 04-17-2011, 10:32 PM   #15
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Help with Oxygenics head.
All I can find is the shower head at CW. Is this what you added to yours?
LINK to showerhead
BTW-- I purchased that shower head for the outside shower. The white switch that looks like an 'on off valve' is a comfort control valve. it'll shut the water down to a trickle.


The oxygenics shower heads seem to provide a nice shower without a lot of wasting water.... I ran this shower head for a few minutes and only used a gallon or so of water. And it still provided a good rinse.

It'll be nice when in dry-camping (water conservation) mode.
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