Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by Vin, Sep 15, 2018 at 8:42 AM.
My Tiger Loop has started leaking from the top.
It drips approx once every 5 seconds.
Can this be repaired or does it need to be replaced?
Get a new one fitted, doubt you can buy a spare bowl.
Replace it. They only have a limited life and are not repairable as I understand.
Should really be an internal Tigerloop with vent pipe to outside for current regs.
The deairator in the photo is not actually Tigerloop
I trust the Tigerloop brand.
Thanks for the reply’s guys.
I did take it to pieces to see if I could fix it but there’s a small rubber seal inside which isn’t a standard shape so I gave up.
I have ordered a new one now which is the same type so I don’t have to change any pipework.
It is sited in a boiler house but apparently there is an optional extra which allows you to vent externally so I might order that as well
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