See attached pics of our quarter turn ceramic disc kitchen tap, which needs a new ceramic disc valve. It is circa 20 years old, and I believe was a popular model with kitchens supplied by Magnet and the like, and that there are still a lot of them around. To save me hawking the old ceramic disc...
I am new here and so I hope this is an ok question to ask.
I just had a plumber come to fix my toilet cistern which was dripping slowly after filling. he changed a rubber seal which was worn and then made some adjustments to the water fill level and water fill speed. The new level is much...
I have had my Central heating on for a while but I switched it off last night.
When I got up this morning there was a patch of water under the boiler and the pressure had dropped but not by much.
I have established it is dripping from the pipe with a red tap marked CH flow.
Hi, after some help with a flexicom 30 CX - 9 Years old.
Pressure slowly creeps up toward 3 bar, followed by a very slow drip.
Plumber has been out & done the follwing:
Represurised expansion vessel
Relpaced plate heat exchanger
confirmed both filling loop valves are passing water.
Hi there. I have noticed a drip on the primary flow pipe going into the tank. Not sure what could be causing it. It seems to happen when the heating and hot water are off. Have attached a photo. It comes from the top and runs down the pipe.
No dripping in the tundish and we replenished the air...
Hi all, I am new to this forum. I just wanted to see if anyone knows what this part is called. And is it normal for it to drip? There's no visible leak anywhere. And I believe the droplets go into the waste pipe. But something could be wrong if it's not meant to drip. Thanks in advance!
I've got an drip that comes and goes from the overflow pipe from the black plastic tank above my boiler, which I think must be the feed/expansion tank. I had a new ball valve fitted by a plumber but still get a drip at times.
I don't understand why, if the ball valve is working, there...
Hi, we have 2 rads. where there is slight rusting visible around the silver nut around the bleed nipple. water is coming out but evaporates to leave a brown stain. Can I tighten nut...or will this need replacing? Do I need our usual plumber..or diy? thanks.
Hi all, I was advised to try ask for help here, however I feel my "problem" might be too basics for the minds here.
New house purchase, everything's been going wrong and needing fixing so I'm trying to fix / replace what I can to save money. Tried the upstairs shower cubicle last night switched...
I am no good at DIY but came here for help on a plumbing problem.
I have a small leak as per picture attached, I think the shading machine tap needs replacing but I am not sure.
Have checked the copper piping that appears fine, but the drip appears to be coming from the machine tap.
For adding to central heating system and sealing leaks in inaccessible places.
Anyone ever tried this? Seen it advertised. Don't need to use any or anyting, just wondered if it works.
And actually, how it works...
i need help, i stay in a block of flats and i am at the bottom and the sewage pipe for all the flats runs right through my flat.
recently i noticed there was a dripping coming from the area where the pipe was, stripping the area down to get to the pipe i noticed there was no leak, but there was...
Just wondering how many people charge call out?
I have just started out on my own and posted cards out in my local area and someone responded by e-mail and asked what my call out was and hourly rate.
I wasn't thinking of charging a call out( or would it be in my best interest?) and as hourly...
can anyone help, I have a dripping tap...:rolleyes:
It is a monobloc kitchen tap, and it uses those dreaded 1/4 turn cartridges, is there a fix if for a drip with these type? I have taken the assembly apart, and reseated the cartridge & drip still there..
The pressure is...
or do other people find when they do a simple enough job like a siphon washer once all back together you get that anoying little drip that takes ages to track down and stop.
then on a LL when you flush you get another little drip that takes ages to stop:mad: