Looks to be a drop forming at the top of the short stub linking the drain-off cock to the stopcock, so could be a weeping solder joint.
Agreed, if drawing off water elsewhere causes shower temp to increase and shower flow to decrease.
I have a Triton shower and small changes in...
I can confirm that. Back in July I moved into a house with smart gas and elec meters. The gas meter display couldn't be activated manually and...
Wider isn't necessarily better. For a given volume flow rate from the cistern, the differential pressure across the trap will be less than for a...
Thanks for sharing. A few more micrograms of plastic and those pegs wouldn't have broken in the first place. Typical of modern manufacture :rolleyes:.
Another possibility is the ball-cock on the tank not shutting off properly. A new washer can cure that.
... or put some washers under the screw head.
Have you tried them, or any other utility companies, for a quote?
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If the 5mm underlay were to compress excessively then the joint sections of the laminate boards would be under considerable stress and might snap.
With the joint disconnected the mis-alignment is even more noticeable :-
Unless the axes of the two parts are co-linear there will be...
Difficult to tell from the pic, but is the isolating valve slightly out of line with the fill valve tail?
The laminate seems to curling upward in the corner, so presumably there's still damp there.
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What material and what is its thickness? How thick is the laminate?
Wouldn't that get instantly clogged with tar?
To justify a higher price.
Does your programmer have batteries?
That looks more like the programmer, not the cylinder-stat?
o_O I thought that was forbidden (if the cistern is mains fed)?
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