I have no cold water coming through our Powershower. There is cold water coming through all the cold taps in the bathroom - sink and bath.
We have a Stuart Turner Showermate twin pump.
The problem has happened since I changed a tap washer on the cold water tap (bathroom sink).
In doing this I drained the cold water tank. Didn't intend to but I didn't seem to be able to turn off the outlet tap which was on a lower pipe exiting the cold water tank. Perhaps, I couldn't turn this off because we have a Powershower.
I suspect I should have isolated the Pump when draining the tank and that I have now introduced air into the pump on the cold water side.
My question - am I able to release the air from the cold water side of this pump easily.
Clearly from my error of draining the cold water tank I am not very capable at DIY. It maybe an air lock isn't the issue at all but from what I have read this morning on the Net, it seems a plausible cause.
try loosening the thread on the pipe connecting the pump to the shower with the pump on, that might let the air out. be warned though - the pump could activate at any given moment! so be ready and have someone on standby to trip the isolator switch.
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