It may be that your shower head is clogged with minerals. Try using a mineral/lime cleaner like CLR or LimeAway. You can buy these at large chain stores or hardware stores. Pour the solution into a bowl and soak the shower head for 5 minutes or so (longer if needed). You can also take the head off and soak in the solution.
You need to check your hot/cold handles or the shower spicket. Not sure what type you have, but they come off. More than likely you need to just replace a gasket..
I assume your talking about the little fountain that has a spicket that appears to be floating above a pitcher of water... The water is pumped from the lower reservoir (the pitcher) through a solid piece of clear tubing, which extends upward apx. 8inches or so into the mouth of the spicket. When pump is plugged in, the water runs up through the clear tube into the spicket, then down the outside of the tubing making it appear as if the spicket is freestanding. Clever design.
the tap assebly could be cross connected if older shower set
1- plugged shower head 2- defective diverter
You need to replace the valve that redirects water from the tub's faucet to the shower head .
Employ a plumber.
Do you have hot water at other fixtures in the house? If not you have a water heater problem. If yes the Shower valve needs to be rebuilt if it is a bressure balanced faucet the concentration should be on the pressure balancing spool area of the faucet.
Your water heater probably isn't working properly.
The benefits of contemporary shower curtains is to keep water from coming out of the shower onto the floor. These curtains are also used for show in model homes.
A shower! So you don't soak in dirty bath water!
There is no specific temperature, on the shower unit there is a 'mixing valve' which allows you to adjust the temperature to individual requirements, up to the maximum that the heater is set or the lowest value where only unheated water is delivered.
Remove the shower head and clean out anything that might be blocking it, such as hair or debris. Replace the shower head and turn on the water; the water should be running.
A power shower head mixes moving air with water, to increase the strength of the water coming from the shower head, while using less water. The advantages are lower water bills, using less water and protecting the environment. Some reviews of power shower heads indicate that the claims are untrue, and that the product does not work as is a waste of money.
When you take a shower, you're mixing a combination of hot and cold water to make a comfortable temperature for the shower water. A toilet draws only off the cold water system. In older or poorly designed plumbing systems, when you flush the toilet, the cold water is pulled by toilet, so the water coming through the shower is only drawing from the hot water tank.
There is rust in the steel pipes of your house, possibly the water heater. Have them looked at soon
The shower water filter's location varies on what type of shower head it is. It is located within the shower head, or it can be a separate device that is attached to the shower head. It is usually located just before where the water comes out of the shower head.
to conserve water
It won't change when you flush the toilet. :)
Gravity. The shower head is probably 4 or 5 feet higher than the bath tap.
The warm, moist air coming from the shower will condense to water droplets on contact with a cool mirror or bathroom window.
Electricity and water don't mix. You should not have a socket in the shower.
Water entering the shower has no sperm. Water leaving the shower might, depending on who was there last.
A shower curtain should hang enough inside of the tub or shower stall to keep the water from running outside. Usually an inch and a half or two inches is enough.
sometimes you must pull out the headliner or side panels and have someone investigate inside while you shower it with the hose.
To conserve water.