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Deck Mounted Valves - Which Is Which?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Spuggy, 19 Dec 2019.

  1. Spuggy

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    Hi,

    I'm fitting out my bathroom, and have the same bath as the one pictured below -

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    Is the hot tap on the left from outside the bath, or from inside the bath?

    Cheers.
     
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    Usually left on the inside
     
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    Cheers for the reply, it just seemed wrong putting them in the wrong way round looking at it from this side!
     
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    Bit of a strange place to put the taps tho IMO. Have always left the entry side of a walled sided bath clear of anything for easy access and so there's nothing to smack your ankles/hands on ....... lots of other easily accessed spots to put them.
     
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    I would normally have agreed, but the bath was designed for the taps to be there. The actual taps we have chosen only protrude 40mm above the deck (not the ones in the pic).

    Any problems, take off the side panel and the pipe work is laid out before you!
     
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