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Abode Fluid Kitchen Tap Valve 3794R is a quarter turn Tap Valves. If your Tap is dripping from the Spout then you might need to change your Valves.  Here is our Guide 7 Easy Steps to replace Kitchen Tap Valve.

Chrome – AT1169
Brushed Nickel – AT1170

The Hot and Cold have the same part number but cold opens anti clockwise and the hot opens clockwise so you have to order the Hot for the hot side, and the cold for the cold side .

Description

Abode Fluid Kitchen Tap Valve

The current Abode Fluid Kitchen Tap Valve is a six sided valve SP3794.

Check which Valve is in your own tap before removing.You need to use the correct sized tool or socket as otherwise you might damage the shape of the valve in your tap and be unable then to remove it (you might round the edges if using wrong tool and render it impossible to grip then with the correct tool). When your Tap was first produced the manufacturer used a valve which had 2 flat sides on the nut (SP3308 (aka 3308R). This Valve has been discontinued and the manufacturer now uses a very similar valve with a six sided nut, SP3794 (aka 3794R). The Hot and Cold Valve are not interchangeable: The Hot opens clockwise and the Cold opens anti-clockwise.

 
3794r and earlier 3308r
 

Depending on when your Tap was produced you might have either the earlier 3308R or the later 3794R Valve in your Tap. Why is this relevant ? Some customers have reported difficulty removing the earlier 3308R valve. You can try a mechanics long socket and ratchet tool to remove the Valve from this Tap, or a 12mm spanner, OR We have a specially designed SP3308 Valve Removal Tool from the Tap Manufacturer to remove the earlier 3308R valve. This Tool will NOT remove the later 6 sided valve 3784R. The later Valve 3794R, can be removed with a spanner or a size 14 Hex Key. Removing your own Handle will tell you WHICH valve you have. Here is our Guide How to remove the Handle on your Kitchen Tap. Check before Ordering the Tool because you might only require this Tool if you have the earlier SP3308 (aka 3308R) and you cannot remove this SP3308 with your own Tools. Valve Removal Tool For removing the SP3308 Valve that has a nut with two flat sides.

Example of 3308R Valve in Situ in Tap

Example of 3308R Valve in Situ in Tap

Here below is example of the later valve 3794r (SP3794) which is now the replacement for the SP3308(3308R). If your own valve inside your tap has these 6 sides, then the removal tool will NOT be of any use so do NOT buy it.

Example of 3794r valve in Tap

Example of 3794r valve in Tap (see 6 sides)

Be careful not to force any tool on this valve and thereby damage it so much that you cannot then remove it with the correct fitting tool. Whichever Valve is in your Tap, you will receive the current 3794R (six sided valve) as the replacement as the earlier 3308R Valve has been discontinued. This is a change by the Manufacturer of your Tap (not us). No Brass Bush is required with this Tap Valve.

Measurements: Height 38mm Diameter at thread: 20mm, Splines: 28 Nut Height: 9mm

Recently we have noticed that the new valve is a little stiffer to push the handle onto. We have reported this back to the manufacturer but they assure us that there have been no changes of any consequence and it is just to do with the tolerance on the machining of the valves. If this does occur we would simply recommend ensuring that your own handle is clear inside of any residual debris and that you push the handle on and off the new valve a few times to loosen the splines slightly. You won’t damage your handle. Tightening your valve: We would also recommend that you do NOT overtighten this valve. As a rule of thumb, tighten as far as physically possible by hand, and then tighten 1/4 turn with an adjustable spanner.

 

The Hot and Cold Valve are not interchangeable as the Hot opens clockwise and the Cold opens anti-clockwise.

 

Here is our Guide: 7 easy steps to replace Kitchen Tap Valve.

 
 

Measurements:
Height 38mm
Diameter at thread: 20mm,
Splines: 28
Nut Height: 9mm

Please Note: Some customers find it difficult to remove the earlier SP3308 Valve.  You can try a mechanics long socket and ratchet tool to remove the Valve from this Tap OR We have a specially designed SP3308 Valve Removal Tool from the Abode Fluid Tap Manufacturer to remove it here.

The newer version of this valve with 6 sides on the nut is easier to deal with.

Recently we have noticed that the new valve is a little stiffer to push the handle onto. We have reported this back to the manufacturer but they assure us that there have been no changes of any consequence and it is just to do with the tolerance on the machining of the valves. If this does occur we would simply recommend ensuring that your own handle is clear inside of any residual debris and that you push the handle on and off the new valve a few times to loosen the splines slightly. You won’t damage your handle. Tightening your valve: We would also recommend that you do NOT overtighten this valve. As a rule of thumb, tighten as far as physically possible by hand, and then tighten 1/4 turn with an adjustable spanner.

The Hot and Cold Valve are not interchangeable as one opens clockwise and the other opens anti-clockwise.
Replace if your Tap is dripping from the Spout. Here is our Guide: 7 easy steps to replace Kitchen Tap Valve.

Parts might be modified by the manufacturers as part of their continual improvements. We cannot always guarantee that a part will fit an older version of a product. All spare parts that do not fit can be returned for a refund excluding shipping costs.

We ship from Ireland.
Current Shipping Times
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ROI / NI approx 2 days delivery by Courier (Post might take longer).  GB: It currently takes approx 1 week for goods, once dispatched with DPD, to be delivered.  But it can occasionally take longer than this which is outside of our / DPD control (customs clearance following Brexit has increased shipping times). Occasionally, when volumes very high , it can take longer.  It will take longer by Post.  Click here for more detailed information about all Shipping & Returns.

Shipping Costs (P&P):

Post (Not trackable) £2/£3.50 / Courier (Trackable) £5/£7:   We make no profit from Shipping (what we charge for Couriers does not even cover full cost).  For very small items: Screws, O Ring Kits, Aerators & some Bushes, we Post (£2/£3.50) .   Where we Post, and you have been incorrectly charged Courier Rate £5/£7, we will refund the excess shipping charge to you.  Some Bushes due to size cannot be posted.  Shipping costs include VAT and costs of packaging.  If you do not want a small item posted, but would prefer it to be Couriered, please email us when you have placed your order as you might be required to pay an additional charge to cover the increased Shipping Costs.   For UK Offshore Islands:

Where we Ship to ?:

We are currently only shipping to England, Scotland, Wales, NI and ROI. We are currently unable for logistical & customs reasons to ship to Channel Islands, Isle of Man or any Isles off mainland GB. All we can suggest is that you might be able to have the Order shipped to GB and from the there get it shipped on to your own address if it is one of the destinations that we currently do not ship to. BREXIT:

Brexit will have no financial impact on our GB customers once your Order is less than £135.

There will be No Vat on Imports, No Customs Charges, No extra or hidden charges once your Total Order is less than £135.  We will remind you again about this at the Checkout stage before you complete (pay) for your Order.  For further details please see our Brexit section here.

 

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