Does anyone know where I can get replacement cartridges for these taps?
Originally supplied by Aston-Matthews in 1991, they are no longer
manufactured. I did once get spare cartridges from C.P. Hart but they
can't supply them any more.
C.P. Hart's code for a replacement hot cartridge was: XLIBAGH. No idea
of the code for the cold one and It's the cold that I need. The
cartridge is about 23mm diameter over the widest part (the thread that
it screws into the tap body with) and about 74mm long, including a 9mm
dia. by 27mm long spindle with splines at the top that fit into the
If anyone knows a supplier of these, I will be very grateful for the
...other than it usually turns the other way...
To the OP - what is up with it, is it dripping or has it gone stiff?
Our bathroom basin taps went stiff, so I took the cartridge apart and
cleaned and re greased the spindle, works like new now :-)
If you do need a replacement, make sure you take the handle with you too, as
the spindles are different sizes.
On Sun, 03 Dec 2006 23:09:59 +0000, The Central Authority wrote:
Depending in tap design hot and cold might be "handed". Our kitchen mono
block 1/4 turn jobbie has both hot and cold turned on by moving the top
of the tap handle away from you. Hot is clockwise on, cold is
Dave. pam is missing e-mail
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