Electric shower

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Mummyofboys88 Mon 20-Jul-20 09:49:44

Hi, I had my Triton electric shower replaced with new one. I have noticed a small gap where the front cover meets the back. Worried water could easily get inside the shower. Attached pictures. Is this correct?

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sbplanet Mon 20-Jul-20 11:25:37

I imagine that the front cover is removable and therefore the gap is between front and back and internally has a seal to keep water out.
Either google the shower model - there's lots of pics & diagrams online - or give Triton customer services a ring.

Mummyofboys88 Mon 20-Jul-20 11:35:33

Thank you for replying. Yes the front cover is removable and the gap is where the cover meets the back. Just seems the front cover hasn't been pushed in far enough to me. Don't want to start messing around with it and mess it up blush I have contacted Triton about it but it takes a few days to get a reply.

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sbplanet Mon 20-Jul-20 11:36:55

You could try ringing your local plumbers/builders merchant (if they sell that model) and ask for advice?

R1R2 Mon 20-Jul-20 21:19:30

Mummyofboys88

Hi, I had my Triton electric shower replaced with new one. I have noticed a small gap where the front cover meets the back. Worried water could easily get inside the shower. Attached pictures. Is this correct?

That looks about right for the Triton Enrich, that screw on the top locates into a hole in the opposite panel, if its fixed into there then the seal is in place. www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f3SsCmEIoU

Mummyofboys88 Mon 20-Jul-20 22:22:01

Thank you smile

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