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Your basin or sink tap flanges
won’t screw all the way down?
EZYFIX Trouble-shooter:
This guide provides a solution that c...
Here’s the solution… If this happens then the simple
solution is to lower the entire
basin tap body assembly.
1. Remove al...
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Ezyfix basin or sink flanges won't screw all the way down? Here's the solution

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If you are installing your new tapware and the dress flanges don't quite screw all the way down, leaving a gap at the bottom. Then this short guide will provide you with the solution.

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Ezyfix basin or sink flanges won't screw all the way down? Here's the solution

  1. 1. Your basin or sink tap flanges won’t screw all the way down? EZYFIX Trouble-shooter: This guide provides a solution that can be used on both modern and classic styled hob type tap sets.
  2. 2. Here’s the solution… If this happens then the simple solution is to lower the entire basin tap body assembly. 1. Remove all buttons, handles and flanges and loosen body locknut above the basin. 2. Loosen the body locknut below the basin. 3. Push down on the basin body so it moves the distance required to remove the gap beneath the flange. 4. Re-tighten the bottom tap body locknut and then the top locknut. 5. Finally re-dress the tap. 1. 2. 3. Top and bottom body locknuts Push down Still having issues? Don’t return the set, simply call or email us. We are here to help.  Ph 1300 399 349

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