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Kitchen Tap Spout Replacement

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Magtan, 16 Jan 2019.

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    I have a flexi hose type tap which you can pull out.

    The mesh/diffuser on spout has broken causing the water to spray when the tap is in use. What is left is just the white plastic you see in the photo.

    I can’t find the make of the tap anywhere.

    Does anyone know where I can get the replacement mesh/diffuser or where I can get a new spout?

    The spout is quite heavy and feels very solid so I am thinking it should be a reputable product that I can hopefully get replacement rather than have to change the whole tap.

    It is brush nickel in colour

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    Footprints, thanks for your response. I need to find a female tap spout instead of a male.

    I was hoping to find an exact replacement as the chrome and brush nickel will be a contrast. But I'll try amazon again
     
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    Look at your third picture looks like the part with two flats might screw out of the large chrome section. Try holding the chrome tube with a rubber glove and put a spanner on the flats.
     
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    Footprints, great observation. I managed to take it apart easily and now know exactly how to replace it and what part I need. Many thanks for helping out.
     
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