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Old 06.07.2008, 08:22
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Re: Trouble: Fixing kitchen pipes

Hi,

fixing a dripping tap is surprisingly simple. Getting the bits might be a bit trickier unless you find a local hardware store and can work your way around...

For repair stuff like this online I usually type 'diy' with my search terms.

Found this:

http://diydata.com/problem/taps/washer_replace.php

or this

http://diydata.com/problem/taps/washer_replace.php

or this

www.simplifydiy.com/plumbing-and-heating/tap-repairs

just watch out...once you know how it's done...you'll be required to become a 'mr fix-it'... might also need a wrench/spanner to do the task...
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