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Help identifying make/model of basin tap

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by electronicsuk, 3 Mar 2014.

  1. electronicsuk

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    Evening all. Is anybody able to identify the brand and model of tap in the attached pictures? I believe it to be Ideal Standard, as that's the brand of the basin and the rest of the bathroom fittings, but it doesn't seem to be part of their current range. Unfortunately I managed to shear the brass stud when removing the top cover (thought that it was a pry-off cap rather than screw), so I'm looking for a replacement stud and new gland assembly (the old stud is stuck in the gland) or a complete replacement tap. Thanks, as always.




     
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    The op,s tap does not look particularly cheap, not sure you would get the same quality for £70.
     
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    Just get a set of tap revivers
     
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    Thanks guys, but none of the parts linked to look to be quite the same. If I have to fit new heads to both taps then I will, but I'd prefer to stick with what's currently fitted. I might be able to remove the broken section of stud from the old tap, but I still have no idea where to purchase a replacement, if it's even available as a spare on its own.
     
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