- A possibly stupid plumbing / washing machine q
‘you need a washing machine fller tap on the cold water feed – easy compression or push fit – (assuming single feed) and you can connect the WM waste to the old basin waste – although you may need to elevate it’
also worth putting a jubilee clip on the connection between the waste pipe and the basin.Posted 8 years agoHarry_the_SpiderSubscriber
Mrsflash. Now that your plumbing is sorted would you be so kind as to judge the Knobbly Knees contest?Posted 8 years ago
We are about to get our garage knocked down and moved. Our washing machine is currently in the garage and will go back in the garage when it’s finished. Can we temporarily plumb it in to where the sink was in the downstairs toilet (also about to be redone) while they’re doing the garage so we’re not without a washing machine?Posted 8 years agosquinMember
You don’t even need to do any plumbing or turn the water off. B&Q sell a washingmachine/dishwasher tap that screws onto an existing water pipe. As you screw it on, it punctures the pipe to draw the feed. I’ve used them a couple of times and they are brilliant, you have an extra tap in seconds and they never leak. With the waste, just zip-tie the waste pipe to a sink tap so the waste just pumps into the sink bowl- you don’t need to go replacing pipes etc.Posted 8 years ago
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