The tub faucet lets out really hot water when the shower is on limiting my shower time because my "hot" shower starts to turn cold after about 10 minutes because of this hot water waste from the tub faucet. I really cant make it any clearer than that because i really have limited knowledge about any plumbing. My friend was telling me a way that i can fix it but i kind of need like a step by step instructions and i'm not sure if i should call a plumber cuz i dont find it to be a "major problem" considering i have another bathroom i now take my shower in but never the less it is still a problem. Is there like a site i can go to to fix it or any instructions i can have to fixing this? It sounds like the faucet "cartridge" needs to be replaced, in which case if you are new to plumbing or DIY things, you may want to hire a handyman to help you.
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If your toilet overflows when you're taking a shower, it means you have a clog between the toilet and the sewer. When the shower runs, it backs up into the waste water lines in your house and overflows at the first place it can, which happens to be your toilet. The only way to solve the problem is to clear the clog. It's messy, but it is a job you can attempt to do yourself.
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