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Old 06-08-2008, 03:59 AM   #1
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Repair showerhead

So bought one of those high flying super duper Oxygenics shower head a while back for the trailer. Went to install it and then noticed that I must have dropped it and managed to break it.

It looks like where the wand screws onto the hose the plastic threaded bit broke. So what I'm wondering is can I fix it?

Thought I'd try, cheaper than buying another one.

Any suggestions? Gonna try Superglue unless anyone has a better suggestion. Not too sure if it will hold together with the water pressure is all.

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Old 06-08-2008, 05:36 AM   #2
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Super glue won't hold up. It is great for non-shear breaks, but the shower head will have a lot of shear forces. Why not try some 5 minute epoxy? I would be more optimistic with that.

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righto, will do, thanks
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I would call the manufacturer and see what they say. Most are pretty anxious to help out customers in my experience with something like this.

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