Re: How to replace a single-handle shower faucet with a double-handled unit?
I share your pain, isn't it nice that we've legislated Darwinism out of our society?
Originally Posted by gilbikerider
You may not be subject to water pressure changes with your supply, but a good majority of the populace is, the anti-scald devices are there to prevent burns in the event of a pressure fluctuation, from say, a flushed toilet or other faucet being used while you're in the shower. Annoying as all these "safety" things can be, you can usually adjust them to your liking. I'll let you read between the lines of that statement.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!