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Old 01-08-2012, 01:22 AM   #1
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I just acquired an oxygenics shower head and want to add an on/off valve to the shower hose. I bought an inline valve years ago but haven't been able to find one now.It was a ball valve that attached in line at the faucet hose connection. Anyone know if they are still available?
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Old 01-08-2012, 01:52 AM   #2
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http://www.freshwatersystems.com/p-1...male-nptf.aspx
Not sure what you need but here is a start.
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The valve I'm after has the same male and female threads as the shower hose so that you disconnect the shower hose at the faucet, screw on the valve and attach the hose to the valve. Thanks for the help.
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I have the same shower head and bought my on/off valve in the same color at Lowe's.
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I purchased a couple of plastic valves for about 4 bucks each on line last year. It took awhile to find one that completely shuts off and not dribble while shut off. Don't recall the brand or site.
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I have the same shower head and bought my on/off valve in the same color at Lowe's.

I guess a trip to Lowes will be on our schedule. Thanks NH.
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I just shut mine off using the adjustment that is on the shower head itself. It does dribble a little but not much and works great.



I also bought a shut off but it worked so well without it I took it back.
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I just shut mine off using the adjustment that is on the shower head itself. It does dribble a little but not much and works great.



I also bought a shut off but it worked so well without it I took it back.
I continue to get a steady flow when turning it downusing the adjustment on the shower head. It is more than a dribble, it's a steady stream.
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Old 01-09-2012, 12:03 AM   #9
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Hum, something funny there as mine does the same thing as Brian's. I thought I read one time that they don't close all the way down to help keep the water temperature balanced at the head for when you turn it back up, seems to work.
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I was thinking about getting one of those, How do you like it and does it work as advertised

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