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Replace the kitchen tap question with new tap with 2 flexi hoses

Postby greglu » Tue Aug 31, 2021 5:41 pm

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I have a 5-year old kitchen tap which is dripping badly now. I searched at B&Q website and found a desired kitchen tap to replace the current. But it appears to me that the new tap involves 2 flexible hoses, e.g. 1 hot and 1 cold water. My current tap has two rigid pipes connected to it, but I am not sure if it has disguised soft hoses inside (as I cannot see it).

May I ask if any welding job is needed? Or I may have a go with a box spanner. Thank you!
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Postby stoneyboy » Wed Sep 01, 2021 9:36 pm

Hi greglu
Turn off the isolating valves and undo the top joint, if you are lucky the flexibles on the new tap will just screw in place.
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