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Valve & Vernier Insert Changing Procedure for Perrin & Rowe Lever Taps

It should be an easy matter to change the Valve & Vernier Insert if you follow these simple instructions and refer to the diagrams below. 1) Turn off water supplies to tap. Place plug in waste to prevent loss of small pieces. 2) Remove Boss A by unscrewing in an anticlockwise direction from Valve C. […]

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Valve & Vernier Insert Changing Procedure for Perrin & Rowe Crosshead Taps

From Perrin and Rowe (Avillion) It should be an easy matter to change the Valve & Vernier Insert if you follow these simple instructions from Perrin and Rowe (Avillion) and refer to the diagrams below. 1) Turn off water supplies to tap. Place plug in waste to prevent loss of small pieces. 2) Remove Boss […]

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How to remove Antisplasher from your Kitchen Tap

To remove the standard screw in antisplasher (also known as Aerator or Perlator) from your Kitchen Tap : Take an adjustable spanner. Cover your antisplasher with a cloth so that you don’t mark or damage it. Turn anticlockwise to loosen.  Some Aerators come with their own removal tool like the SP3575 in the image below.  […]

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Removing limescale

Removing Limescale tip ! This is a tip that I got recently from a Tap Manufacturer where a customer was trying to replace his Valve. He had gotten his handle off but couldn’t remove the shroud (also known as locking nut / fixing nut / hood that covered the valve due to the buildup of […]

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New Valve Leaking

There can be nothing more frustrating than fitting a Valve to find the new Valve Leaking. The understandable assumption is that the New Valve is faulty. However this is rarely the case. Valves are precision engineered and manufactured in large quantities for new Taps. So if one valve was faulty all the new Taps that […]

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