Just swap one from a speedfit or Polyplumb etc.
Never failed me.
Acorn was the first and was brown. Still have some in my house. People tried all different pneumatic fittings and experimented before but acorn...
Could be anything and don’t be too quick to apportion blame.
Loss adjusters hmph. Overpaid insurance agents.
Usually builds up on steel inserts in my experience.
When you’ve finished warn everyone not to slam the bathroom door. ,)
Cannon and ball
Abbot and Costello
Morecombe and wise
Mike and Bernie
The two Ronnies
Sooty and sweep
Laurel and hardy
Bernard and Harry
I wouldn’t attempt to tell someone which classic car is best or give advice as to how to repair one.
It so we don’t get interrupted by googlers and can talk things through sensibly. Know nowts either learn, leave or stay quiet.
It’s classed as Gas work so no advice sorry.
Why do you want hot water? Can’t you ask the neighbours if you can have a bucket full when you wash the car or kids.
Keep a low pressure...
For low pressure remove the screw type resistor from the inlet if fitted.
Some have them and some don’t. Sometimes comes as an extra.
Brute force together with WD40.
I wouldn’t listen to him. They’re fine on low pressure. They are an equilibrium valve and work differently.
Vogue is a premium Boiler just cheaper.
It’s very common.
The live has to be switched from the central heating isolation switch not a separate one. Just sayin.
No you wally it means what the one above said. ^^^^ lol
What he said ^^^^^^^^^^
So 56 lpm will not be adequate?
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