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Hi Chaps,

Wife has been nagging me about having shelves in an airing cupboard for about a year now.
We've had unvented cylinder fitted last year and both expansion vessels are very high to fit a towel shelve (as it will be just below the top of door frame).
Can the expansion vessels be lowered so the top of the expansion vessels hit the red line drawn in the picture attached? Are there any minimum requirements for fitting expansion vessels on unvented cylinder?
I would really appreciate advice on this if you're G3 qualified, before I call a plumber in.

Best Regards,
Lumen
 

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