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Cooke & Lewis Torba Exposed Thermostatic Mixer Shower Valve Fixed Chrome for £29.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Cooke & Lewis Torba Exposed Thermostatic Mixer Shower Valve Fixed Chrome for £29.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)

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Posted 5th Aug 2019

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Offer ends midnight. Good value thermostatic mixer

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Exposed thermostatic bar valve with chrome-plated brass construction. Separate flow and temperature controls.

  • 10 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Delivers 6Ltr/min at 0.4bar
  • Exposed Valve
  • Suitable for High & Low Pressure Systems

Pipe centres: 140-160mm. Min. operating pressure: 0.4bar. Automatic Water Failure Shutdown.
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susan5605/08/2019 07:53

Hi Dave saw this on uk hot deals is this any good to fix the problem with …Hi Dave saw this on uk hot deals is this any good to fix the problem with shower ? Going to home base this morning to take the shower back do please can you let me know ASAP thanks


Hi Susan, I'm just nipping into Tesco's for some petrol. Do we have enough bread or shall I get some?
Oh, I forgot to put some milk out for the cat, sorry, ta.
Dave x
Edited by: "loofer" 5th Aug 2019
loofer05/08/2019 08:42

Hi Susan, I'm just nipping into Tesco's for some petrol. Do we have enough …Hi Susan, I'm just nipping into Tesco's for some petrol. Do we have enough bread or shall I get some?Oh, I forgot to put some milk out for the cat, sorry, ta.


Hi Loofer, I'll be home late from work today, I've got to have a word with Susan about her sending messages to the wrong places.
Dave called, it's flared up again so he might be a little late in this morning!
Can you grab some eggs when you're at Tesco's, thanks.
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Hi Dave saw this on uk hot deals is this any good to fix the problem with shower ? Going to home base this morning to take the shower back do please can you let me know ASAP thanks
susan5605/08/2019 07:53

Hi Dave saw this on uk hot deals is this any good to fix the problem with …Hi Dave saw this on uk hot deals is this any good to fix the problem with shower ? Going to home base this morning to take the shower back do please can you let me know ASAP thanks


Hi Susan, I'm just nipping into Tesco's for some petrol. Do we have enough bread or shall I get some?
Oh, I forgot to put some milk out for the cat, sorry, ta.
Dave x
Edited by: "loofer" 5th Aug 2019
loofer05/08/2019 08:42

Hi Susan, I'm just nipping into Tesco's for some petrol. Do we have enough …Hi Susan, I'm just nipping into Tesco's for some petrol. Do we have enough bread or shall I get some?Oh, I forgot to put some milk out for the cat, sorry, ta.


Hi Loofer, I'll be home late from work today, I've got to have a word with Susan about her sending messages to the wrong places.
Dave called, it's flared up again so he might be a little late in this morning!
Can you grab some eggs when you're at Tesco's, thanks.
Thanks Susan56, you've given me a good laugh.
I know this isn't as interesting as Susan's post but we purchased this a few weeks ago and it's a pretty decent mixer, good solid build and great price.
Love this rhread
I might as well be Dave for a moment.

I have a similar shower mixer valve which is causing the shower head to drip. Removed the shower hose and inspected the valve expecting to find a washer that needed replacing - but nothing. No clue what to do to stop the dripping.

Any plumbers out there reading this thread who can help? Thinking about buying this to replace mine, but seems quite drastic when only problem is a small leak...
gslgregory05/08/2019 14:41

I might as well be Dave for a moment.I have a similar shower mixer valve …I might as well be Dave for a moment.I have a similar shower mixer valve which is causing the shower head to drip. Removed the shower hose and inspected the valve expecting to find a washer that needed replacing - but nothing. No clue what to do to stop the dripping.Any plumbers out there reading this thread who can help? Thinking about buying this to replace mine, but seems quite drastic when only problem is a small leak...


It could be the ceramic cartridge which replaces what would of been washers in the old days. You need to turn off the water first and then remove it. Then take down the local plumbers merchants and see if they have a spare.
Or just buy this and fit it, probably less hassle.
I have the dreaded trevi thermostatic showers in my property, running off a pressure pump.

I am having an extension built with a wet room for my mother. Would this be suitable? Thinking of buying it and having it ready for when the building work starts.

Thanks
Edited by: "TomClare" 5th Aug 2019
what can I say other than don’t trust old women with iPhones
I wouldn't recommend these bar mixer valve for hard water area. After a couple of year they go. Having tried a few different brands it still happens.
Mutton_Man06/08/2019 16:52

I wouldn't recommend these bar mixer valve for hard water area. After a …I wouldn't recommend these bar mixer valve for hard water area. After a couple of year they go. Having tried a few different brands it still happens.


Thanks, helpful to know as our water is hard.
Now £49.99
bluenotetim105/08/2019 09:55

I know this isn't as interesting as Susan's post but we purchased this a …I know this isn't as interesting as Susan's post but we purchased this a few weeks ago and it's a pretty decent mixer, good solid build and great price.


how is the 10 year warranty on this one?
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