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    Heating element location on - Candy CDi2212 dishwasher....

    ....I all - can somebody help. My Candy built in dishwasher is fed by hot water but it's not heating the water anymore that what comes out of the boiler. I suspect the heating element so took the unit out of the cabinet and turned it upside down expecting to find the end of the element to test...
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    Candy CDi 2012-80 built in dishwasher problem

    Hi - can anyone offer advice? My built in dishwasher seems to have stopped drying - it beebs continuously when it seems like the wash is finished but there is no cloud of steam when you open the door the programme light is flashing - the contents is still wet and it won't shut up till you hit...
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    WIRELESS THERMOSTAT? HELP!

    I installed one of these - works fine http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Towerstat-RF-Remote-7-day-wireless-room-thermostat-stat_W0QQitemZ260170399713QQihZ016QQcategoryZ41988QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    I've got around 20m of 32mm into the house and less than a meter of new 15mm - the stopcock is on my drive around a metre from the road. Water company is Three valleys water and I'm in Hemel Hempstead. cheers
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    The pressure and flow appear to have improved simply by replacing the old pipe and both are now quite impressive - most important advice to me right now is that the short length of 15mm (it's actually around 200mm long is this ok?) has little effect on the flow. Once I have installed all showers...
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    Point taken but I only entered the forum as the pipe my builder and plumber were planning to instrall looked a little puney@ 20mm. The pressure seems greatly improved as the old pipe was obviously due to be renewed and I wanted to get this done before laying my drive. What's an Acumilator...
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    I now have a lovely 32mm pipe connected to my unvented hot water tank the bad news is it is joined to the Water companies stopcock with a short length of 15mm pipe which must defeat the object. Plumber tells me this is all he can connect to the stop Cock and that I need to speak to water...
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    thankyou all for your advice - the plumber is qualified to fit unvented hot water systems so hopefully I won't be exploding - I'll ask why 32mm has not been used.
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    Indeed the input to the tank is 22mm but should I be insisting on a larger dia feed pipe to the internal stop cock. Right now there is 20mm stuff lying in the trench due to be connected up on Tuesday should I be insisting on 32mm to give sufficient flow for 4 showers? And is there anyting...
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    The 'Plumber' who supplied and fitted the unvented tank is the builders plumber and he's the one that's laid out 20mm pipe ready for connection. is there any reason ( other than saving a few pounds) why a builder and a proffessional plumber would opt for 20 over 32mm supply could it have...
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    Sure - I just wanted to check there wasn't a positive reason for only using 20mm pipe - Pressure won't drop as a result of the increased flow will it? If there is minimal cost difference why having gone to all the trouble of digging up my drive does the builder supply 20mm pipe doesn't make...
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    Water pipe upgrade?

    I'm in the middle of converting a 2 bed bungalow into a 5 bed house. Plans are for two baths and 4 showers - my Plumber suggested a 300 litre unvented hot water system and has installed an Ariston product which works quite well with the only operational shower I have just now however - the...
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