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Post by hblewett on Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:00 pm

The sink tap in our shower room has become loose.  All I can see underneath is a 'grub' type screw which I thought probably needed an Allen key, but seemingly requires a plain screwdriver.  Before I start messing about with it is there anything I need to know about how this tap is supposed to be fixed, please?
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Post by Organplayer on Wed Aug 29, 2018 5:02 pm

Hi Hblewett.
I have the same problem at the mo with our sink tap. I removed the back plate in the swinging wall shower unit and thought I had sorted it, using a screw driver to tighten the bolt under the tap unit. I then tried to tighten the nut on the bolt to secure the tap unit tightly to the underneath of the sink.
Sorry to say I failed to tighten it enough to fully stop the tap moving. 
So like you I shall wait for any further remedies on this, our useful info forum.

Best wishes  Eddie
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Post by hblewett on Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:02 pm

Thanks for your reply Eddie. I should get a chance to have another look at mine tomorrow. If I achieve anything worthwhile I’ll let you know!
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Post by hblewett on Tue Oct 23, 2018 2:24 pm

I got this fixed in the end - it's a straightforward tightenening up of the nut, just difficult to see without a good torch and an uncomfortable upside-down position to see and get at it!
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