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French plumbing

Posted by Bob Bowen-382240 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Bob Bowen-382240 - 3 years ago

Sorted - thank you everybody

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Posted by Bob Bowen-382240 - 3 years ago

Sorted - thank you everybody

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Posted by Bob Bowen-382240 - 3 years ago

Sorted - thank you everybody

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Posted by Dueller-813343 - 3 years ago

just like to point ot that mine did not have the isolation valve incorporated so was a lot cheaper

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Posted by Dueller-813343 - 3 years ago

I'm not a great fan of the "own hole fittings" so i used one like this

http://www.lapeyre.fr/bains/plomberie-et-traitement-de-eau/raccordements-et-evacuations/lavabo-vasque-lave-main/raccordement-kit-machine-a-laver.html

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Posted by sophie hunton - 3 years ago

You can get washing machine taps with a half inch male inlet 

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Posted by sophie hunton - 3 years ago

14 mm female with olive to 3/4 male ,bolt one end onto the 14mm and the 3/4 washing machine pipe on the end or if can't get that you get same fitting but to 1/2 male then get half inch female to 3/4 male and bolt that on then w/m pipe ,try agrial pointe verte for fitting they have them

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Posted by GoneandDunit - 3 years ago

16mm fits over 14mm, get a piece of 16mm and solder it onto the 14mm.

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Posted by Bob Bowen-382240 - 3 years ago

Hello Barwood,not found one yet!

 

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Posted by No longer Online - 3 years ago

Get a 14 - 16 fitting.