What water connector is this? (1 Viewer)

Oct 20, 2010
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And how do you release it?
The blue one is a Reich, its the dark coloured one with the brass insert and the blue ring which I'm interested in.
Cheers
Ed
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TheBig1

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many many years! since I was a kid
no idea on the manufacturer but looks like a posh version of a standard push fit equal tee fitting
 
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Press the light blue collar into the body and yank the pipe, they can be really tight. They are used for compressed air fittings as well.
Ps Yank is a technical term. :)
 

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Be careful with the size if you replace it, it will probably be 12mm, caravan pipe size. Back ir the good old days they were colour coded.
 
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Removed all cleaned and refitted, T joint still leaked, drained the boiler again removed and cleaned applied silicon grease to offending joint refitted no leak. Result SWMBO can now use the loo flush again.
Cheers for your help folk, can now go and join the Funsters having a wine or three with the winnings from the quiz.
Cheers
Ed
Edit I'll buy a new fitting tomorrow.
 

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