John Lewis Leap Kitchen Tap Valve
If your John Lewis Leap Kitchen 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 to assist you in removing your own Valve and replacing it. If your Tap is dripping where the Spout meets the Base you might need to replace your John Lewis Leap Kitchen Tap O Ring Kit 1260R.
Nut Height: 8, Splines: 28, Overall height: 53mm, Diameter at thread: 21mm
It can be a common enough problem that when you remove your John Lewis Leap Kitchen Tap Valve, that it looks different than the valve in the picture here. The most likely reason for this is because the Valve is stuck inside the Bush and both have come out together as one piece.
Here is the Valve and the Bush separately:
Here is the same Valve stuck inside the Brass Bush:
For tips on how to separate a Valve from a Brass Bush, see here.
If the Valve is stuck inside the Brass Bush then you will have to separate them OR buy a Brass Bush as well (see You May Also Like section below)
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.
Shipping Information (in Brief - see links below for more detailed information).
Spares Parts: Minimum of £4.50 Royal Mail First Class 3-5 days to Maximum £6.00 Parcel Force Track & Trace , Signature Required, 2 - 3 days after dispatch day. Click here for more information about all Shipping here.