Easily adaptable to any existing plumbing!
WELS 5 Star Rating / 5.5 litres per minute / T09521 / 2800.02
Stylish and durable tapware you can install yourself!
It’s important to know that not all tapware is interchangeable. With all other tapware major pipe work is often required.
Our EZYFIX taps will adapt to the old and new taps manufactured by Dorf, Caroma, Irwell and even the old deep seated Donson taps to name but a few.
This is because with EZYFIX tapware no pipework is required at all, thanks to our innovative adaptors and extenders.
Simply unscrew your old taps and screw in our new EZYFIX taps.
EZYFIX Guaranteed to fit.
DIY Universal Retro-Fit Tapware – If you can change a tap washer, you can install EZYFIX.
This tap set is also available in White, Ivory,Matte-Black & Chrome.
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DISMANTLING YOUR OLD TAPWARE
- Turn off water at mains.
- Remove the sink/basin spout by undoing the brass or plastic spout fixing nut (A) under your basin, then rotate and pull the spout up.
- Remove all items on top of your sink/basin (hot and cold buttons, handles, bonnets with spindles, jumper valves and any other fixtures but not the
actual tap bodies or water pipes).
INSTALLING THE NEW EZYFIX TAPS
- Check the new spindle for the correct length by comparing it with the old spindle you removed. Use the spindle extension to make up the difference if necessary.
- Fit the new top assembly as shown in the diagram, making sure the fibre washer is positioned underneath the bonnet, and the jumper valve is placed into position.
- Screw the tap flange onto the bonnet.
- You can now install your tap handle and hot/cold button.
THE NEW EZYFIX SPOUT ASSEMBLY
- Look at the thread on the end of the old spout neck: pick your new nipple where the long thread is identical, and screw it onto the end of the new spout neck, using thread tape included to make a waterproof seal.
- Push the new spout assembly onto the existing nipple, using a small amount of soapy water or cooking oil for lubrication. Finally, tighten the new spout assembly to the sink/basin using the brass or plastic spout fixing nut (A).
- Turn taps