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    Toilet with an outward outlet/s trap

    sorry I haven't got a camera to take pics to load up. basically the pan connector goes into a concrete raised ring and it must go through floor. Not sure I want to disturb the concrete ...
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    Toilet with an outward outlet/s trap

    mine is upsatirds tho! I need to change it and am thinking of maybe getting a low levl one so I can use existing pan connector as don't want to disturb concrete!
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    Toilet with an outward outlet/s trap

    The toilets that the oputlet goes down instead of horziontal into the stack - how do they work? do they join the stack under the floor or does the pipe then run horizontal under the floor and into the stack?
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    Combi with no heating control - wireless room stat .....

    thanks for your advice mate. basically l n and e to receiver (can also take from same spur that supplies boiler and is close to it) - and l and sl from boiler to receiver) ?
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    Common washing machine faults...?

    What are the most common faults occured on domestic washing machines? I have had a problem with a blockage in the pump chamber before! I have heard this is pretty common?
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    Combi with no heating control - wireless room stat .....

    ok thanks for that help. I'll check it out. It can be wired to my combi easily then? Will the receiver just be on a bracket?
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    Combi with no heating control - wireless room stat .....

    it's my 2nd question but if anyone could help I'd be grateful please.... I have a combi boiler (worcester junior) but with no heating control, just do it manually on the boiler at the moment. It had a worcester digistat (wireless) but that fell off the wal bracket and now doesn't work :(...
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    new toilet - a few questions....

    Thanks for your help I appreciate it. So would you suggest leaving the original pan connector in place (it looks ok) and fitting new toiler to this?
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    new toilet - a few questions....

    all there is is an angled pan connecter bending down itno this concrete circular block which mus then go to the floor - no pipe at all in sight - the pan connector is fixed/concreted in!
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    new toilet - a few questions....

    the toilet is upstairs - do you mean to connect new loo to old pan connector? as i cannot see the waste pipe at all
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    new toilet - a few questions....

    Hi I need to replace my toiler in the bathroom as the pan has chipped and the cistern has aleak also. My toilet is a bit different to most - where the current pan connector goes down (through the floor - wooden floorboards). But it doesn't go into a stack/soil pipe - it goes into a...
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