We've got a Triton Entice 10.5kW shower.
last yr, it wouldn't run due to a 'low pressure fault' which turned out to be that numbnuts here had the outside tap on at the same time (topping the pond up) and once this was turned off the shower worked fine.
Yesterday morning I was just about to turn the shower off and it turned itself off with the low pressure warning light on.
I tried to restart it several times, but I wasn't having any of it.
My other half had the same problem about an hour later when she tried to use it; it ran for several minutes before turning off.
Did the same thing this morning too....
I am 99% sure it's mains feed, rather than tank fed, as there's no way there'd be enough head for the min. pressure requirement, but I checked the tank anyway and it was full with decent flow when I shoved the ballcock down. So, it's not like it's running the tank dry.
I don't think it's actually a pressure issue, as it starts up OK, but then stops after several minutes (there is no other water use during this time, such as dishwasher/washing machine); I wonder if there is a relay overheating or something else like a faulty switch. I haver seen from forums that certain Triton showers have a fault with a microswitch that trips the low-pressure fault.
Any ideas. I could do without the expense of a new shower, seeing as we are getting hitched this yr and all the money for venue/dresses/cake etc. is starting to be asked for...
If I do have to replace it, I was gonna go for a Mira shower as they seem to have a better reputation for longevity over Triton, but I guess it would be easier to re-install the exact model of shower??
How 'plug & play' are the multi-fit showers?
I hope we have an isolation tap for the shower!
Ta, in advance....