Hot Sale for Ceramic spool for Pretoria Importers
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The key to our success is "Good Product Quality, Reasonable Price and Efficient Service" for Hot Sale for Ceramic spool for Pretoria Importers, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Indonesia , Jordan , Qatar , More than 26 years, Professional companies from all over the world take us as their long-term and stable partners. We are keeping durable business relationship with more than 200 wholesalers in Japan, Korea, USA, UK, Germany, Canada, France, Italian, Poland, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria etc.
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The property is in excellent condition and comprises spacious lounge with a fully integrated open plan kitchen, good size bedroom and bathroom.
Storage cupboards, doors leading to
Bedroom One 11’6 x 11’4 (3.51m x 3.45m)
Double glazed window to front, built in wardrobes, electric heater
Kitchen/Reception Room 18′ x 11’1
(5.49m x 3.38m) Double glazed window to front, a range of eye and wall based units, built in washing maching, built in fridge/freezer, hob and over, sink and drainer, powerpoints, electric heater
Panel enclosed bath with shower over, hand wash basin, low level WC, heated towel rail
I had a small leak in my master shower. It’s a single faucet Kohler shower and was installed when the house was built in 2005. After doing some research I figured out that it wasn’t the shower head but the Kohler Valve hardware that was the cause of the problem. When the newer Kohler faucets leak it is most likely due to a problem with the Mixer Cap part# GP77759. You can purchase this part from a number of places however if you contact Kohler directly they will ship you a replacement part free of charge (keep in mind it may take 2 weeks to receive it.) I replaced the Mixer Cap this morning and the leak has appeared to stop. All you need for this repair is:
-To remember to turn off the main water line in the house and drain the water using a faucet located on a lower level than the one you are working on
-An Allen wrench to remove the shower handle
-Phillips Head screw driver to remove a few sets of screws
-Silicone Grease (Home Depot and Lowes carry this. Less than $4)
-Flat Head screw driver or something to help remove the caulk from around the shower cap plate
-Part#GP77759 (Kohler Mixer Cap, Free through Kohler less than $40 on Amazon)
-A cup or towel to catch any water that might still be in the line
-And finally some caulk to re-caulk around the cap plate once you’ve put everything back together.
By Tina from Tunisia - 2016.07.28 15:46
Factory equipment is advanced in the industry and the product is fine workmanship, moreover the price is very cheap, value for money!
By Evangeline from Hungary - 2016.09.26 12:12