cant find stop tap

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by sparksgalore, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. sparksgalore

    sparksgalore Member

    got to change a c,u but cant find the stop tap to bond it not even sure where the water enters the flat can anyone offer any suggestions please.
     
  2. rutspark

    rutspark New Member

    It'll be hidden behind a kitchen cupboard/bathroom panel or some other equally difficult to locate area
     
  3. X

    X New Member

    There may not be one fitted !!!!

    Was it a conversion ?
     
  4. state-it

    state-it New Member

    10 houses in the row where I live. All the same look inside & out. All built at the same time.

    Rewired three of the houses.

    I still can't find - nor can the owners - the water stop-cock for the third house I've done. We think the previous owner may well have concreted over in a fit of DIY.

    We are all stumped on this one.
     
  5. state-it

    state-it New Member

    Bloody editor!! Stop-C-OCK !!!! CO-CK!! COC-K!! Stop-DICK!!!
     
  6. sparksgalore

    sparksgalore Member

    i think it was converted from a house to two flats its a bit of a mess i was just wondering what to do if you cant find it do you just bond it where ever you can.
     
  7. X

    X New Member

    valve
     
  8. state-it

    state-it New Member

    I bonded at best guess where water entry was, and wrote on the Cert that I couldn't definitely locate water entry point.
     
  9. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    stopcock



    Mr. HandyAndy - really
     
  10. Ripped Off

    Ripped Off New Member

    Snap I'd do the same its better than nothing
     
  11. oscar21

    oscar21 New Member

    If its a row of terraces, sometimes every third or fourth house has a stop tap, when I renovated my first house I had to knock on 3 doors away to turn the water off while I fitted my own stop tap, sorry stop cock. ******
     
  12. sinewave

    sinewave Screwfix Select

    Stick a nail through pipe and run away.


    Come back again the following day and someone will have found or installed a Stop C0CK for you! ;)
     
  13. X

    X New Member

    Or... if you are realy bothered

    Under the kitchen sink or where ever is easy to get to... freeze the pipe and fit a stopcock
     
  14. state-it

    state-it New Member

    Yippee!! Thanx Sine!!

    Life seems great again... :)

    [Edited by: forum admin]
     
  15. squeaky

    squeaky New Member

    LMFAO :-D
     
  16. squeaky

    squeaky New Member

    That should be
    LMFAO :)
     
  17. ban-all-sheds

    ban-all-sheds New Member

    As handy said - omit the hyphen (which shouldn't be there anyway), and write "stopcock".

    That way you can coc<u></u>k a snook at the braindead autocensor settings...
     
  18. Jimbo

    Jimbo Screwfix Select

    OK BAS, how did you get away with that then...? %20cock%20?
     
  19. ban-all-sheds

    ban-all-sheds New Member

    That would be telling, old co<u></u>ck... ;)
     
  20. Jimbo

    Jimbo Screwfix Select

    c k ...

    Ah..., I see! Will remember that!
     

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