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Subject: Aquaflow Taps


Author:
Richard
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Date Posted: 20:15:41 04/04/2008 Fri

Hello,
I have a Seamaster 925 fitted with an 'Aquaflow' fresh water system. I believe it may be the original system, so theres a chance other seamasters have the same fittings.

A few weeks ago I decided to remove and clean the heads tap. Whilst removing the securing nut underneath the tap, it cracked in two as it was so corroded.

I'm having problems finding a replacement nut, as all those I've found have a different thread.

Does anyone know of somewhere that could supply a spare? Or even what standard the large thread underneath the tap is made to, (UNC, UNF, BSP etc) to help me in my hunt.

Thanks
Ric

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Replies:
Subject Author Date
Re: Aquaflow TapsIan23:25:54 13/04/2008 Sun
Re: Aquaflow TapsTom Wilson10:31:39 17/04/2008 Thu
Re: Aquaflow TapsLorne Byatt11:22:32 27/04/2008 Sun


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