Grohe Avensys Single Control Exposed Valve Only (34034 000) Shower Spares
- Grohe 34034 000
- 21 spares listed
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I have this shower unit and it is 10 years old. The shower works perfectly but when I turn it off the valve slower turns back on starting with a drip and then a dribble. After several attempts I can eventually stop this problem but I would obviously like to fix this. I have a heating engineer neighbour who says if I get a part he will fit it. Could you assist with this matter
Hello, the part you need to replace is 47600
I have a Grohe Avensys single control exposed valve (34034) roughly 8 years old.
Hot water temperature at inlet is good, both hot and cold pressures at inlet are good, temperature control screw has been adjusted to maximum, but water is only lukewarm and getting cooler by the day.
Have you any suggestions please?
Hello, you need to replace both the stat 00798 & slider 07587, and grease the seal in the body, use silicone grease only, this should cure the temperature problems.
grohe avensys exposed
sudden loss of hot water at outlet ,have hot water at inlet , good cold water flow .
if i reduce cold water pressure to shower by opening bath tap hot water returns with good flow .
haven't stripped yet but thinking non return valve failure ?
hello, sorry for slow reply, I agree that it is probably a sticky nrv.