Discussion in 'Hymer' started by psyfried, May 30, 2010.
hi can anyone give any advice as my kitchen tap has started leak is it easy to remove and replace
I have spent the day removing my bathroom tap and sorting out a replacement.
Very simple to remove but i suppose it depends on the access available. Mine was very easy as i could see and get both hands on it to remove it.
i have posted a link below of a on line shop that stocks and sells a wide range of taps. Remember to ask about the fittings the tap comes with so they all fit together correctly and you dont waste your money like i did.:Blush:
Hope this helps:thumb:.
you may be able to get at it through a drawer or cupboard.
if you are struggling i could meet up with you an take a look as im just settle side of gargrave.:thumb:
a lot depends on the type and make of tap and where its leaking from...
some taps have a ceramic cartridge insert which you replace rather than the whole, expensive, tap.
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