What happened to the legs on the bath? :shock:
Your RGI fit a new gas valve, didn't cure the problem and you didn't ask him to solve the problem?
You live on a Rift.
Call Torchwood before it sucks you in. :wink:
Sounds like you're putting it into 'service' mode. It resets after 20/30 mins.
You were advised to look at external controls. Good...
This might work .......
File out the 'stop' on the fitting and turn it into a slip coupling.
Any use to you? http://www.bathrooms365.com/acatalog/Ideal_Standard_Alto_Close_Coupled_WC_Bottom_Outlet_.html
Could you feed one of these around the gully trap?
Blocked drain or backfall. The only 'trap' on a soil pipe drain is usually on older Victorian era drains in the manhole and is the last point...
all maintanance will be done by myself ..i have a co meter .when the readings are wrong or a gas related problem then mr gas safe will be called...
Have you tried tightening the large nut where the plug goes?
A large flat blade or box spanner will do it.
There is a black rubber seal...
Try these? http://www.westyhardware.co.uk/newtool-universal-radiator-brackets-128-p.asp
Carefully tap away under the foot of the pan with a hammer and bolster and the whole lot will probably come away as one lump. Usually the...
I would suspect you have created an additional bathroom/ ensuite / whatever.
Unfortunately that pipe was never intended to be used for...
Measure wall to centre line of waste and compare.......
Is it one of these... http://www.bathtek.com/pdf/installation_guide.pdf
They are intended to be 'freestanding'
Apply the installation...
Another upright in the internal corner for the board to screw to.
Have you considered using ground source heat, biomass and/or solar to off-set the need for gas.
If you are looking at 15K for upgrading...
I have a feeling what you propose won't work. I would think the cast will be too far into the room. I don't know where the outlet is on that...
Is that a Drayton RF 2 prog. stat?
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