Eiger Tap 115.0049.989 Chrome
Eiger Tap 115.0049.990 SilkSteel
Note: At the end of this blog are links to all the Spare Parts referred to throughout the Blog for ease of reviewing / purchasing.
1. Franke Eiger Tap dripping from the Spout
If your Franke Eiger Tap is dripping from the spout then it is most likely that you need to change the valves (one or both), and / or the brass bush ring, (but usually its just the valve) hot or cold. This Blog Post How to tell which Valve needs replacing : Hot or Cold? might help
2. Franke Eiger Tap dripping where Spout meets Base
If your Franke Eiger Tap is dripping where the spout meets the base then it is most likely that you need to replace the O Rings.
3. Franke Eiger Tap leaking from the handle:
The valve may need tightening or replacing. Here is our Guide How to remove the Handle on your Kitchen Tap.
If the valve bush comes out with the valve, order a new set of valve and valve-bush.
If you have replaced the valve just remember that new valves can take a few days for the rubber washer to “be bed down”. Tighten the valve and if leak continues after tightening please contact us on email@example.com.
Please note when buying the Valves that the Hot and Cold valves are NOT interchangeable.
Here are the measurements of the Valve that we stock 1427R / 3561R:
133.0194.088 Hot valve SP3561-H
133.0194.089 Cold valve SP3561-C
- Length of Valve from top to bottom (brass) 53mm
- Diameter at thread: 21mm
- Number of splines: 28
- Nut (below splines) Height: 8mm
* all ‘mm’ measurements are rounded to the nearest mm.
There are two sets of threads, one above the Black Rubber O Ring and one set below.
Brass Bush still attached to Valve:
If your valve appears to be wider than ours but all measurements tally except diameter, just make sure that you have removed the brass bush. For more information on removing the brass bush, see here.
O Ring Details:
Franke Eiger Tap O Rings 2300R 133.0069.156 ‘O’ ring kit SP2300
See here for all our Franke Eiger Spare Parts (Valves, Brass Bush, O Rings, Handles, Spouts and Aerator).
For common Kitchen Tap problems, see our Kitchen Taps Troubleshooting Guide here.
Our Blog / Plumbing Guides section includes tips e.g. how to remove a valve. Follow the links below.