There is rust in the steel pipes of your house, possibly the water heater. Have them looked at soon
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.
the tap assebly could be cross connected if older shower set
Gravity. The shower head is probably 4 or 5 feet higher than the bath tap.
It is calcium from the water as well as mold that forms from wet conditions. Put some white vinegar and water in a baggie and tie it to the shower head over night. That should make it easier to remove the gunk on the shower head.
It won't change when you flush the toilet. :)
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.
That all depends on the water pressure from your water system and the size of the holes in the shower head.
More "VOLUME" flowing from the tub spout then the shower head as the shower head has a flow restrictor
you did not pay bill
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.
To prevent any back water from the shower head and also the water contamination into system.
You may have a broken pipe or have not paid your water bill and they turned it off at the main. Check the main for a tag from the department of water and power.
Remove the water saver device in the shower head. Dissolve mineral buildup in the shower head by soaking the head in vinegar. Replace the supply pipes to the shower if they are clogged with mineral buildup.
That means there is something wrong with the fuel injection system.
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.
Seats in the main valve body are leaking by, allowing water to go to the shower head.
There is a screen and/or a water saver in the shower head. The screen may be plugged with sediment from in the water.
#1: Remove shower head. #2: Place shower head in bowl or bucket large enough to submerge shower head. #3: Fill bowl or bucket with enough cider vinegar to cover shower head. #4: Wait for it. #5: Occasionally test shower head before dumping out vinegar.
It depends on how much water comes out of your shower head.
Clean the shower head of mineral deposits
The shower head has a device installed that reduces the volume of water that passes through the orifice plate. It does not matter how much the shower head tap is turned up there will only be a specific amount of water that gets past the orifice plate, hence saving water.
The mixing valve is messed up...It's easier to fix than figure out.
D you mean tub spout and shower head???? If this is the question then your diverter is defective