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How do you shut off water to shower in a condo.Shower wont stop dripping about 4 gallons an hour?

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2010-10-29 15:51:13
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If you have a water heater in the unit there may be a shut off before that, usually at the floor or follow the cold side to a shut off. There may be an access panel behind the shower, possible in a hall closet but not always and there might be shut off valves there, but not likely. If your water heater is in the basement, there should be a shut off for each unit there.

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