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    very slow running shower drain

    This was their suggestion: "You might be able to help the situation slightly by drilling a hole in the tube section, if you lift it out and turn it over you will see dimples on the underside. See above. You can drill through this quite easily with something like an 8mm bit… try the side...
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    very slow running shower drain

    middle slot is 50mm x 11mm, the two smaller slots are 11 x 20mm..
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    very slow running shower drain

    There is an update on this worth keeping in mind if you use Mira flight shower trays with the slotted centre waste. Having made all of the pipe fall adjustments I ran the shower to double check for any leaks at any point so I left it running. After 4 minutes, the shower tray had flooded once...
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    very slow running shower drain

    turned out to be the waste was It indeed was the fall. The pipe runs 2m from the shower then 90 degree and into the soil. The pipe after the bend into the soil goes through a double skinned wall so was much wider than I had realised (I measured the pipe from its emergence from the wall) The...
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    very slow running shower drain

    fall is around 30mm over the 2m run and then drops into the waste (as in drops vertical) Can't remove the self seal trap Drain was tested before laying floor tiles so I know it was ok Where does the airlock occur and how? That might be the problem
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    very slow running shower drain

    Installed a mira shower base with fast flow drain (30l/min) supplied with tray Waste (40mm) runs under floor for 2m, takes a 90 bend then 30cm into the internal soil stack (AAV which is new) the 2m run has a self sealing valve on it Shower tray is flooding and the flow into the stack is but a...
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    New Vaillant system boiler & cylinder installed

    question for you: Is it dangerous right now? I find that most plumbers substitute aesthetics for engineering functionality and resilience Any bare wires? NO Any loose pipe connections? NO Does it work as you expected it to? YES Then what's the problem?
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    22mm plastic to 32mm plastic connection

    i use 22mm regular plastic pipe to take the condensate down 6 levels to outside. I have fitted a new soil pipe in a bathroom and can now terminate the condensate at 3 levels down instead of 6 and straight into the sewer rather than an outside drain I need to connect the 22mm plastic pipe into...
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    Mains control relay

    its easy...https://shellystore.co.uk/
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    Wifi speed dilemma

    back in the late 90's maybe lol
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    Laptop "asfqwerasfqwerasfqwerasfqwer"

    its windows...that's the problem lol
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    22mm plastic to 32mm plastic connection

    I need to connect a 22mm plastic pipe.....
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    22mm plastic to 32mm plastic connection

    so tried this today. fits inside 32mm pipe but where does the 22mm pipe insert into it?
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    Has my boiler's pressure sensor broken?

    In which case I can't understand how "dirty water" effects conduction of a current along a wire. So either the sensor is out of range and needs replacing or its giving you accurate readings. You can always test the pressure in the circuit easy enough but you need to compare the cost of the...
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    Has my boiler's pressure sensor broken?

    but if the "hole" is blocked then how can it work at all?
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    22mm plastic to 32mm plastic connection

    I need to connect a 22mm plastic pipe carrying condensate waste (boiler already neutralised it) to a 32mm plastic pipe than will then fit into a 4 boss waste manifold Any suggestions?
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    Has my boiler's pressure sensor broken?

    if an analogue gauge was not working due to a blocked bourdon tube then you would have no readings at all. If its a digital sensor then they use strain gauge sensors which operate on resistance over a wire. Please explain how "dirty water" comes into play here
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    Smart Tech options

    https://itcadets.co.uk/
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    Smart Tech options

    single board computers are widely available and low cost. They will perform any automated tasks you want. If you are having to have constant input to tell it what to do then its not very smart is it? Ask a 10yr old at a local computing club or school, they will keep you right
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