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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2019 11:21 am 
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Hi,

Does anyone know where I can get something to cap of the washing machine nozzle on the kitchen waste? The washing machine is going to be disconnected for a while so we can renovate the kitchen, don't was any leaks or unpleasant smells.

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You can get a solid washer to seal the fitting where it screws in

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You can get a solid washer to seal the fitting where it screws in

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I used a balloon once. I shoved it in blew it up and knotted it (awkward head banging manoeuvre) and it worked a treat. Necessity being the mother of invention at that time. The blanking off washer is best though :thumbright:

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Clingfilm and elastic band?



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A bit of thick plastic sheet (carrier bag) on the end and jubilee clip or zip tie to hold it in place



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