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  1. #1
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    Default F43 aft shower blender

    Hi!

    Had a bit of a incident over winter where parts in the shower mixer(blender) froze over the winter, so when we pressurised the fresh water system onboard last weekend it leaked in the aft shower. Anyone know where one can find parts for the mixer/blender?

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    I think this one is broken aswell.

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    Came from the area above the green part in the picture.

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    Default Shower mixer

    The green item is the shower mixer cartridge and they are generic so easy to buy.

    As to the other parts, unless you can identify the tap unit it will be next to impossible.

    You may be in of a whole new unit, but again a trip to b&q would probably find what you need. It would be described as something like a concealed single lever shower mixer.

    Sorry couldn't be more help.

    David

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    It's worth sending your pics to http://www.britboat.com/ He specialises in Sealine parts. Also on this forum is Nick Seabridge http://www.seabridge-marine.com/
    Both ex Sealine very helpful guys

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    Had a similar problem on a T60 a few years ago - couple of the shower shut of valves cracked in the winter. Found replacement parts on ebay so might be worth a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJ View Post
    It's worth sending your pics to http://www.britboat.com/ He specialises in Sealine parts. Also on this forum is Nick Seabridge http://www.seabridge-marine.com/
    Both ex Sealine very helpful guys
    Thank you, will try those sources.
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