Comet shower head

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by hotrod91, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. hotrod91

    hotrod91

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    The shower head for the shower in the bathroom for my MH seems to have broken. It attaches just like yours would at home with a screw fitting to a hose.
    The make is comet and i have absolutely no idea where to get one of these from. does anybody know?
     
  2. Terry

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    Most shower heads are a standard fit so any should fit,buy one on a fit or return from your local hardware shop. A lot of people like trigger shower heads from the caravan spares shop ::bigsmile:
    terry
     
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    Try your local pound store.. they are a standard fit.. can't go wrong at a quid .. :thumb:
     
  4. hotrod91

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    Well i had visions of paying some silly price at the local dealers.....so i need not i guess??
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    One thing's for sure.. the dealer wouldn't tell you otherwise.. :roflmto:

    Lots of stuff can be sourced from DIY and hardware stores for a fraction of what a dealer would charge.. :winky:
     
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    There was a similar thread - no pun intended ::bigsmile: - on another forum recently.

    The point was made there that whilst the screw fitting is standard the fixtures into which shower heads clip are not.

    It's worth, therefore, taking the old shower head with you when going to replace it to make sure you purchase one which is of similar shape.

    Graham
     

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