Kitchen Tap

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by Coops666, Sep 23, 2021.

  1. pppmacca43

    pppmacca43 Super Member

    Yes I’ve been a plumber for twenty years it’s not a nut there will be a brass nut on a piece of threaded rod that pinches up the silver piece
     
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  2. pppmacca43

    pppmacca43 Super Member

    Yeah I would tbf, like I say I don’t use it very often but it can get u out of a lot of trouble sometimes
     
  3. dcox

    dcox Screwfix Select

    Just treated myself - £115 with the discount.
     
  4. WillyEckerslike

    WillyEckerslike Screwfix Select

    Yeah. Exactly what I did.
     
  5. DaveF

    DaveF Active Member

    I didn't read the rest of the posts so sorry if I am repeating others. Underneath those felixible pipes in the second picture there is a threaded bar that attaches to the tap. On that fits a brass long nut that holds everything in place. You need a box spanner to fit it. You will have to disconnect the flexible pipes and push them out the way to access it. I will tell you the size of the box spanner you need but unfortunately manufacturers use different sizes. At a guess it's usually an M8 so you need around that sort of size for a spanner.
     

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