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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 10:25 am 
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Often a nightmare trying to match a kitchen tap as there are so many out there and sources/supplies change !

Can anyone identify this kitchen mono mixer ?

It has a rather large locking nut underneath, near nil access, and proving difficult to remove !


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My advice would be to type ‘ mono kitchen tap uk ‘ into google and tap on the images tab, you can scroll down and there are very similar images and a few clicks will take you to the web page where you can buy the tap of choice.

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It looked like a Toolstation one to me is this it? https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p66344

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many thanks Londonmike & dewaltdisney.
Certainly some very similar by googling and then images - great way to search.
Not quite the Toolstation one but realise that my image was clipped - will try and paste the lower portion of the tap here now


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How about this one?

https://www.victorianplumbing.co.uk/tre ... ixer-90080

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Well spotted Mike, that looks like it :thumbright:

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It's not quite that one if you look at the operating levers but certainly looks good enough replacement to me and a reasonable price so I think will replace with that - it is surprising how there are such an incredible range of different taps and also range of prices available, and how hard to track identical ones - maybe after a few years old they get superseded anyway. And how awkward it can be in some installations to get up close to the locking nut under the sink, not of course helped by spaghetti-junctions of waste pipe 'configurations'. The nut is not a standard size and there are flexihoses disappearing up the stem of the tap that I can't easy disturb from beneath but can disconnect from their other ends - I even took a slice out of a long box spanner so it could wrap over the flexi's but still haven't quite manage to undo it, but that is something I always get around one way or another. Much appreciate your help. Thanks again.


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