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How to remove tap top?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by RP66, 1 Aug 2019.

  1. RP66

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    My hot water tap top has just started to just go round and round without turning the water on/off, it seems as if it is loose.

    How can I tighten the top up, it all worked fine this morning. Thanks for any help.

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    Thanks for the reply am I correct in thinking the 1/2" size would be the type I need.
     
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    Yes 1/2" for basins and sinks, 3 /4" for baths. They work well except in some cases of bath mixers they can be a bit troublesome to get the depth correct but basins and sinks no problem.
     
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    Thanks for quick reply.
     
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