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mjoyner88
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The spout on my mixer tap is loose. I am told that the two grub screws holding it have come loose, can I get to these grub screws from the top by remo ...

Crafty1
Newbie
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Bunnings stock threaded galvanised pipes and fittings. What type of thread is used?

marspin
New Contributor
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   Council said it’s my asset and we can do what we want to it as long as they can get to it if need to I’ve asked about raising it and putting a to ...

Sammi91
Newbie
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I just bought 40mm pvc pipe and 40mm joiners (3/4/5 way joints) and the joints dont fit.. did I buy the wrong ones or?? Fwi it's not for water piping ...

Tafa
Newbie

My kitchen sink tap cold water doesn’t have much pressure but hot is running fine. Any idea of what may have been the problem please.Thank you

gavin16
New Contributor
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Hello buddies, 1) I am trying to fix a leak under the sink of my bathroom tap as the picture attached. I m not sure how to replace and/or buy the par ...

vegie82
Newbie
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Hello, About to set about laying down some turf after a new home build, and thought I'd ask for some opinions. It's a clay soil, so I plan on spraying ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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  Okay, hard lesson learnt . We hired a handyman, instead of a plumber , to replace a sector of downpipe. But the junction seems not sealed with i ...

Paul5
Budding Contributor

Hello community, my mother in law has moved into a new abode, but the shower is located above the bathtub.This is a problem for an 88year old.I have s ...

Just_Me
Budding Contributor
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Hi,What fitting do I need to use to attach a washing machine outlet pipe (corrugated plastic pipe) to the undersink trap, and do I go in through the ...

PJW
New Contributor
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Hi, I am replacing a 1/4 turn ceramic disc wall spindle, but have found that the thread is too narrow to fit the bonnet/flange. Is there an adapter o ...

beckybec84
Occasional Browser
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     Just after advise on how to complete a started bathroom. Bought the house with a start to a second bathroom and would like to complete it but I ...

Andy_S
New Contributor
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Hello, I bought a mondella bath tap set with spindles to replace my old ones. I was told by the instore assistant the spindle was an Aus standard size ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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Not only once. But more than once , our downpipes were damaged by both former and current tenants with their careless use of line trimmers and mowers. ...

bathroom
Newbie
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I am trying to remove a shower tap. I’ve unscrewed the centre screw but it won’t budge. anyone got any ideas?

steveof2620
Junior Contributor
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Hello, Now I have completed my garden wall, I'd like to install an irrigation system. I am wondering which irrigation piping system would be best. I ...

MonkeyLearn
Junior Contributor
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Hi Guys,I haven't been on here in a while because I've been busy with lots of projects. However I recently purchased a second hand air compressor and ...

Ron11
New Contributor
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Hello I am starting to do the reno for a 1970’s bathroom . Trying to see how this can be done in budget . - Need shower glass and new tap head shower ...

Kys
New Contributor
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Hi, we bought this 1970's built house in December from the original owner. Now the bathroom vanity is coming away from the wall, currently has a car s ...

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