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Subject: Plumbing Pipework Size for Seamaster 30???


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Paul
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Date Posted: 11:05:31 18/04/2016 Mon

Hi,
I'm really struggling with this one: I had just finished installing a holding tank, converting the toilet to electric and relining/refitting the heads compartment, when I was about to connect up the plumbing pipework. I thought it was 12mm copper and had purchased 12mm-15mm reducers, however the pipework won't fit. It seems like it must be an old imperial pipe of roughly 13mm - can anyone identify the size of the pipework used??

Regards,
Paul

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Re: Plumbing Pipework Size for Seamaster 30???sonny21:47:41 25/04/2016 Mon
Re: Plumbing Pipework Size for Seamaster 30???MIke Thorne (Thorne)11:40:47 27/06/2016 Mon


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