The Hansgrohe Clubmaster comes equipped with three different spray modes, including full spray, pulsating massage and soft aerated. It has a wide variety of colour finishes and 72-water jet channels for smooth operation. The Clubmaster attaches to the plumbing in your shower just as most showerheads install. You can complete the installation with basic plumbing tools and within a few minutes.
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Things you need
- Pipe wrench
- 17mm wrench
Grip the existing showerhead with your hands and spin it counterclockwise to remove it from the shower arm pipe. If necessary, use a pipe wrench to grip the showerhead. Exercise caution to avoid damage to the wall plumbing.
Wipe off the existing plumber's tape from the threads on the shower arm pipe with a clean rag.
Slide the boot onto the shower arm. If you choose to, you do not have to use the boot. However, it hides the threaded connection between the shower arm and the showerhead.
Thread the shower head onto the shower arm by hand until it's tight.
Tighten the shower head with a 17mm wrench approximately ½ turn to secure the showerhead fully to the shower arm pipe. Slide the boot down to cover the threads.
Tips and warnings
- The Clubmaster showerhead has self-sealing threads. Do not use thread sealer, such as plumber's tape.
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