Replace a Shower Valve (Late Production Containerized Shower only)
The Shower, Enclosed Unit, System and early production Containerized Showers use
copper piping for the internal water lines. Later production Containerized Showers have
been improved to ease field repair, and are fitted with flexible plastic hoses secured with
hose clamps. Ensure that you know which model you have before proceeding.
1. Ensure circuit breaker No. 2/4/6 is set to the OFF position, the water supply has been disconnected
and pressure has been relieved from the system.
2. Pry the cover (1) from the shower valve handle (2).
3. Remove the screw retaining the handle (2) from the shower valve (3) to be replaced, and remove the
4. Remove the valve cover.
5. Remove screws retaining the face plate (4), and remove the face plate.
6. Remove the screws retaining the individual fascia panel (5), and remove the fascia panel to provide
access to the shower valve (3).
7. Tag the hose ends (6) connected to the shower valve (3).
8. Loosen the hose clamps (7) on the four hose ends (6) connected to the shower valve (3).
9. Remove the shower valve (3).
10. Remove fittings from shower valve. Wrap fittings with anti-seize tape and install on the replacement
11. Install the replacement shower valve (3), and retain in place with faceplate (4) and screws.
12. Install the hose ends (6) onto the replacement shower valve (3) as tagged, and tighten the hose
Pressurize the system and check for leaks before replacing the panel.
13. Place the internal water system under pressure, and inspect for leaks. Tighten the hose clamps (7)
as necessary to correct any leaks.
14. Install the fascia panel (5), and retain with screws.
15. Install the valve cover.