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Gradually the power switch needs pushing in and holding to make it function, anyone have any ideas why it's not running by itself 👍👍

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Gradually the power switch needs pushing in and holding to make it function, anyone have any ideas why it's not running by itself 👍👍


Which model?


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Gradually the power switch needs pushing in and holding to make it
function, anyone have any ideas why it's not running by itself 👍👍


cos it's broken

It's a piece of electronics

It will fail in the way all electronics fails ...

randomly

Luckily it's a modular system and all you need is a new switch unit (perhaps
you can upgrade to a remote one when you do it)





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Gradually the power switch needs pushing in and holding to make it
function, anyone have any ideas why it's not running by itself 👍👍


cos it's broken

It's a piece of electronics

It will fail in the way all electronics fails ...

randomly

Luckily it's a modular system and all you need is a new switch unit
(perhaps you can upgrade to a remote one when you do it)



See BigClive tear-down and how to remove a switch unit and/or further
the solenoid. It may not be the same shower but they all tend to be
simialr

https://youtu.be/ZwuhFLsowRc?t=366


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On 30/06/2020 10:59, wrote:
Gradually the power switch needs pushing in and holding to make it function, anyone have any ideas why it's not running by itself 👍👍

Aqualisa ? -- they offer a repair service and some spare parts.

see he


https://www.aqualisa.co.uk/customer-...rvice-kit.html

No connection, just a customer etc etc etc ...

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