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Hi all,

I hope you are able to give me some advice. I have recently been upgrading the bathroom and want to replace the towel radiator. I need to move the pipes a metre or so but have come across a sticking point.

It looks like my central heating system (combi boiler) is run in 15mm pipe but on every radiator and the towel rad in question reduces to 10mm when it comes out of the floor before entering the valves.

I want to know if I could simply replace the 10mm pipe with 15mm for the new towel rad and there wouldn’t be any consequences for doing so?

I have attached a couple of photos for reference.

many thanks in advance

Regards
Darren
 

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