The "male" part (its the compression part) takes a 15mm pipe but all 15mm compression fittings (these days) have a 1/2"bsp thread. Take the plunge...
Saturdays are fine for me. I'll not be there :)
1700mm is a nominal size. Many baths actually measure 1690, 1685, 1680 etc. like this
Drop into a...
Acrylic baths cut very easily with a wood saw. 40mm should miss the back slope of the bath :shock: :lol:
Don't be daft. You can get slightly...
Your existing flue is NOT suitable for solid fuel.
Fitting a stove is not a cheap option. You should speak to a suitably qualified Hetas Engineer.
Not necessarily but it does make it easier for the hard of thinking.
If it is doing that check the wiring
An internal cap or disc is an proper fitting, just a different type.
He should have removed the meter and pipework at the time. Get him back.
It doesn't particularly worry me what you think is a good flushing agent. At least it is better than x300 and slightly better than fairy liquid.
No and no.
You don't need an picture of an internal cap if you are an RGI so shouldn't offer advice on what you know little about.
Why was it capped?
No but it is still shyte and your system is still full of muck.
Try flushing it again if you don't believe me.
x400 is shyte
Probably not but check it when the water is back on.
As soon as you turn what on? CH?
It will possibly be a gravity system and the programmer has not been set to 10 program.
You cannot get CH on...
Disconnect it at the compression union in the loft, unscrew it, fit the new shower and reconnect the union.
Because he is an inexperienced idiot who is not up to the job.
Even if he is GSR that is no guarantee he knows what he is doing fitting boilers.
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