Trying to find a flexible bath overflow pipe

27 Aug 2003
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Have a bath with a pop-up waste, and there's a corrugated hose which runs from the overflow to the trap.

At the overflow end it pushes on, and at the trap it has a threaded collar.

Need a new hose as it has a split part way up, and so leaks when the bath is emptied.

And I'm really struggling. Are these fairly generic items that I ought to be able to find, or am I going to have to buy one as a spare part from the people who made the bath?
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Can't possibly be quicker, as it takes about 30s to remove or replace the hose.

And it ****** well shouldn't be cheaper.... :evil:
Happy hunting son!!! Most Plumbers Merchants stock the complete thing for about £15. Now, if you are chasing around for anything more than a couple of hours, it's cheaper to buy a new one. But hey, you may not be too good at common sense??
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could you not remove the threaded collar from the hose bas and refit it on a standard one :idea:

or cut the hose and joint it

ive seen the type you are talking about but never had to buy one
Interesting signature Kev are you a Yank, British or just English??

Maggie Thatcher was one of the best Political leaders of our time!!!
thatcher was a toilet it was that cow and her stormtroopers that ruined british industry :evil:

and where i am or what i am is none of your business
thatcher was a toilet it was that cow and her stormtroopers that ruined british industry.............................No Kev son, you are living in a haze of good quality hash man!! It was the Unions & the lazy workforce that did that................Pray tell me, why do you live in the USA?? Should you not live in China with all the other Comis??

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