Rangemaster Belfast Traditional Tap TBL1 Valve There is an older version of this tap for which the 3984R is compatible but please check that your measurements of height and valve spline count are the same as 3984R. The screw in this old tap is 20mm approx long, but our 15mm screw also fits (overall length of our screw is 18mm including head).
Nut Height: 8, Splines: 20, Overall height: 50mm, Diameter at thread: 21mm
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.
Please note that there is another Rangemaster Bridge Mixer Tap, TBL3 which has more modern style handles and longer legs and takes a different Valve. To illustrate the difference so that you do not order a Valve for the wrong Belfast Tap:
Here is the Rangemaster Belfast Traditional Tap TBL1 (note the shorter legs and the handles are more ‘antique’ in style. This is the Valve that you would be ordering here (taking 28 splines / 53mm tall).
Here is a close up of the Traditional Belfast Bridge Mixer Tap TBL3 (note the longer legs and the more modern handles which are available in the Chrome finish in Chrome, White or Black, and if you have this Tap, then you need to order your Valves here.
Please see here the Installation Guide for the Rangemaster Traditional Belfast Bridge Lever Tap.
A Cold Valve opens Anti-clockwise (ACO) and a Hot Valve opens Clockwise (CO).
A two lever tap usually has two valves known as ‘Hot’ (CO) and ‘Cold'(ACO).
The Cold (ACO) Valve can have a blue indicator underneath (but not always). Sometimes it can be white.
The Hot (CO) Valve can have a red indicator underneath (but not always). Sometimes it can be white.
BUT the Hot (CO) Valve USUALLY has a nick on every side of the nut to distinguish it from the Cold Valve of the same measurements / specifications.
If you need to replace the Valve for the Cold Water Feed (on the right hand side) you will need to order a standard Hot Valve for the right hand side of your tap as you have to turn your lever Clockwise (towards the centre of the Tap) to turn on (open) the Valve i.e. Clockwise, which is a ‘Hot’ Valve. The reverse holds for the Hot Water side i.e a Valve that turns Anti-Clockwise i.e a ‘Cold’ Valve. This is as per the Installation Guide excerpt above.
Parts might be modified by the manufacturers as part of their continual improvements.
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.
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