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Subject: Re: Galley tap (was Aquaflow) - for Seamaster 925


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Ian
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Date Posted: 20:54:14 29/01/2007 Mon
In reply to: Lorne Byatt 's message, "Galley tap (was Aquaflow) - for Seamaster 925" on 20:29:37 29/01/2007 Mon

If it's the same as the taps on our Seamaster 29, which I think it is, the electrical switch is a standard microswitch. You can get these at electronic component suppliers like Maplin. They are easy enough to fit. With the tap removed, just ease the casing off the base and the switch is located on a couple of pegs.

The tap is held in by a back-nut on the spigot that the water hose goes on. If you look underneath, it should be obvious.

You might need to solder on a couple of leads. A local TV repair shop (they do still exist) may be able to supply a switch with leads.

I dont think that the aquaflow taps like that are still available, but chandlers and caravan shops have similar taps with built-in switches.

Email me if anything is not clear.

Ian

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