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HOW TO FIT A RECESSED CONCEALED SHOWER VALVE - Plumbing Tips
HOW TO FIT A RECESSED CONCEALED SHOWER VALVE – Plumbing Tips

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HOW TO FIT A RECESSED CONCEALED SHOWER VALVE – Plumbing Tips

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  1. Alright pal …..if just had a combi boiler fited …..went from gravaty fed shower to power ………but now when I turn my shower on …….it blew a pipe and the shower stopped …..we have had that pipe fixed ……turn shower back on and now 20/30 seconds later the shower stops again …..no leaks from what I can tell so what's stopping it

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  2. shower body on an exterior wall without insulation is a no no. hammer drill and a 1/2 inch bit chase to floor. Shower body, stubs, and penny value made up before you fit it. ptfe 3 wraps works perfect. Setting body if you cant screw use wooden shims to anchor top and bottom of valve. Make sure you have valve right side up. Some shower bodys if it is install upside down it will not allow hot water to pass on cold inlet.

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  3. Thanks for sharing these videos. I got ripped off by a plumber who didn't show up with my items so I need to learn to install one myself. Wish me luck.

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  4. Hi James – love the videos. When you fitted the compression joints to the valve, how did you make sure they ended up facing in the right direction? When I fully tighten the ones I have into the body the don't always point where I need them to, to connect with the pipework. Do you use extra PTFE to limit how far the screw into the body? Leave the fitting slightly loose and add sealant or some other secret plumber's trick?

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  5. Brilliant giddy! Complete amateur here and just about to do the same job…just as sh*tty as I imagined! Don't suppose two years later, the manufacturers have actually designed and produced a flusher version yet?

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  6. Hi James great vids. Any advice on plumbing in a shower valve where the hot comes in the top and the cold at the bottom and the mixed water comes out the bottom aswell. Thanks

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  7. That’s a nightmare of a job to do! Who on earth ever thought it’d be a good idea to sink the pipes & valve body into the wall? It’s compromising the fire resistance & insulation properties of the wall, especially if you break thru! And there must be a ton of condensation inside the wall with these recessed shower taps & pipes, with nowhere to escape to.

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  8. You make it look so easy buddy.. my concealed shower valve was a failure . It is now a thermostatic garden feature . ⛲
    It's cheaper to get washed at the gym anyway…
    Great work you do, top quality and an eye for detail .highly skilled tradesmen are few and far between these days. Your a true craftsman.. Respect.. 👍

    I take my trade serious also…
    I am a biscuit tester for McVities.. Its Jaffa cake week this week..Anyway..
    I used to work for PG Tips before that.. not T tasting, Yack! . I'm a coffee guy. Anyway. I was the chimp in the frock!🐒
    Keep up the cracking work buddy.. your the only plumber I know that doesn't wear wellys and a snorkel
    Hold tight , as I overheard the vicar say to the choir boy.
    Think he was on about a balloon for the village fair..
    As he said "keep your lips around it boy, it's getting bigger"
    Anyway
    Medication time
    Night night

    Laters
    Squiggs

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  9. Hi buddy, great video and easy to follow. I am installing a recessed shower and trying to work out how to connect the elbow for the flexible hose to the recessed outlet. The elbow has a male thread and appears to just screw into the secured female section. But if I do this how do I check for leaks? Is there a better way to fix the elbow? Thanks and hold tight.

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  10. This video bring me an idea to make the water pipe come from the top for the shower and without chasing the original solid concrete wall. The additional light brick is easy for chasing. Yes baby.

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  11. Originally the "breeze" bit of block was a synonym for ash and "proper" breeze block is made from the ash from coal fired power stations and gas works. Truly horrible to stuff to work with, and my best wishes to anybody who has to channel that stuff out as it's amazing hard and brittle and full of coarse inclusions.

    That stuff is thermalite block and, in comparison, is like carving through butter.

    nb. whilst those concealed valves are nice, I'd never, ever want one in a house of mine as there's too much embedded in the wall. They might not be as neat, but bar mixers for me with no compression joints stuck in the wall.

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  12. So thats how to put one in – what if you have one of these recessed concealed shower valves & it no longer works_- How do I take it out? Cut the pipes, so I can start again with something more straightforward? serious suggestions please

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  13. Hi. How do you ensure that the pipes do not build up condensation which then transmits to the brickwork?

    I’ve stripped the tiles off the back of the shower wall with dad was coming through to the adjacent side.

    I’m not entirely sure but I think it might be condensation on the pipes leading from the thermostatic valve to the showerhead. Which is particularly possible if you have very cold showers in the morning

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