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Old 09-13-2008, 05:45 PM   #1
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Replacing Shower Head Holder

Hi Everyone

Well, I finally fixed a problem that has been plaguing me for some time. The original shower handle pin wall holder (shown) that's mounted on the wall would not keep the shower handle stationary. It would always go to one side. as the plastic piece that holds and keeps mounted the shower handle was not "fat" enough to "snugly" hold the handle without moving.

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Well, I fixed the problem with replacing it and now there is peace in the Safari-Rick household ! I replaced it with a $11 dollar Hand-Held shower EuroMount from the same company Alsons.

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Took about 15 minutes to remove and replace. This new piece also covers the old holes which I plugged with sealer.

Anyway, I thought I'd share the info with anyone that might be having the same problem.

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Safari-Rick
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Good idea, thanks for sharing.
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Thought I'd post this again for our Sunday viewers!

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Very good idea, Safari. Just a warning to others. I had a 1971 rear bath landyacht with the toilet-shower room combination. Once while traveling, the shower head apparently jumped off the hook and crashed through the sink below. Expensive way to learn something. Secure those wobble heads.
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