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Aqualisa Classic Aquavalve 200 Thermostatic and 400 Manual Shower Spares

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on/off control knob 1 Answer

Q: is there a on/off control knob available with lever on for easy operation for people with poor grip ?

Submitted 137 days ago | by mike, Chard, Somerset
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A: I am afraid not.

If it is becoming really tight to turn it may be thecartridge that is tightening up so replacing that may help.

Answered 136 days ago | The Doc
Aqualisa Classic 200/400 1 Answer

Q: My Mothers shower is leaking when turned off,, I know I require a new cartridge but unsure which one. The shower was fitted in the early 1990's and has a green cartridge installed but she had a new combi boiler installed 9 years ago, does this mean I require the pink cartridge? Thank you,.

Submitted 163 days ago | by Dek, Montrose, Scotland
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A: Fitting a pink cartridge maybe the best bet.Answered 163 days ago | Barrie
Leak 1 Answer

Q: My Aqualisa has a white cartridge which is leaking, however it runs from a combi boiler, should I replace with a pink one?

Submitted 193 days ago | by Andrew, Durham
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A: The White cartridge is a short cartridge and therefore canonly be replaced by a white cartridge.

Here is the link.

http://www.showerdoc.com/aqualisa-manual-cartridge-white-comes-with-gasket-022805

Answered 192 days ago | The Doc
Removing On-off knob 2 Answers

Q: How do I remove the on-off knob?

Submitted 199 days ago | by Anonymous, London
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A: It just pulls forward .....It may not be just as easy as thathowever!

Try two screw drivers between the knob and temp control thenleaver forward.

Answered 199 days ago | The Doc
A: Pull it towards you, it is held on buy an "O" ring.Answered 199 days ago | Barrie
Replacing on off knob 1 Answer

Q: I have replaced items 5 and 6 on my old Aqualasia Classic and need to know how to secure the new item 6 (on off knob) onto the spindle - it just comes off and is not attached - it sits on the threaded section of item 5 but comes off far too easily when turning the shower on

Submitted 386 days ago | by Janelda, Kent
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A: There should be a small ‘O’ ring on the spindle of the valve control this causes an interference fit for the on/off knobAnswered 383 days ago | The Doc
temp 1 Answer

Q: when shower is turned to max temp pumping noise cmoes from shower

Submitted 538 days ago | by dave, manchester
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Check that the head and hose are clear and the inlet valves are fully open. If so,
A:

it needs a new cartridge, which comes with instructions

You will have to find out which cartridge you have.

Pink for a combi or multipoint and grey any system with balanced (equal) pressures.

Remove the on/off knob should just pull forward however it can be a bit of a bu**er then remove the 4 screws that hold the temperature knob in place, remove the temperature knob and then you will see the colour of your cartridge.

If you already have the cartridge and want to carry on and replace it you will have to turn the water off to the shower.

Then remove the cartridge you will need to remove the 4large screws at the side of the cartridge these have posidrive or ‘Torx’ T25heads depending on there age.

Pull the cartridge forward to remove.

Before fitting the new cartridge you should replace the small ‘O’ ring at the rear of the body this is another bu**er to change……(something like a crochet hook or the sort of thing that dentists usewill help)

It is not always necessary to replace this ring however if there any problems with the cartridge, the first question you will be asked is did you replace the ‘O ring? if the answer is no! then you will be told to phone back once it has been replaced.

When you refit the cartridge make sure that the slot,(usually on the right of the body ) the gasket and the body all line up properly then re tighten the screws.

On the older versions you have to reuse the original brass screws if you have this type be careful not to over tighten the screws because the brass inserts in the body may split, on a few occasions you may find they have split when you remove the old cartridge if this happens then you will probably have to replace the body.

Refit the temperature control knob (new screws supplied) the fit the on / off knob, turn the water back on and check for leaks, if everything is OK remove clothes and have a shower!!!

The cartridges are listed here http://www.showerdoc.com/aqual-parent-6-aqualisa-classic-aquavalve-200-thermostatic---400-manual

Answered 537 days ago | Barrie
temp. on old aqualiser shower not able to be adjusted 1 Answer

Q: Suddenly , on a very old Aqualiser shower, the temp cannot be adjusted> it sends out only slightly warm water. I think I need a new cartridge, but I don't know which of the cartridges to order> ? the thermostatic 022801 one or the multipoint 022802. I don't think the present cartridge is pink, but it is quite old!

Submitted 663 days ago | by Stephen, near Kendal
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A: You will have to find out which cartridge you have.

Pink for a combi or multipoint and grey any system with balanced (equal) pressures.

Remove the on/off knob should just pull forward however it can be a bit of a bu**er then remove the 4 screws that hold the temperature knob in place, remove the temperature knob and then you will see the colour of your cartridge.

If you already have the cartridge and want to carry on and replace it you will have to turn the water off to the shower.

Then remove the cartridge you will need to remove the 4 large screws at the side of the cartridge these have posidrive or ‘Torx’ T25 heads depending on there age.

Pull the cartridge forward to remove.

Before fitting the new cartridge you should replace the small ‘O’ ring at the rear of the body this is another bu**er to change……(something like a crochet hook or the sort of thing that dentists use will help)

It is not always necessary to replace this ring however if there any problems with the cartridge, the first question you will be asked is did you replace the ‘O’ ring? if the answer is no! then you will be told to phone back once it has been replaced.

When you refit the cartridge make sure that the slot, (usually on the right of the body ) the gasket and the body all line up properly then retighten the screws.

On the older versions you have to reuse the original brass screws if you have this type be careful not to over tighten the screws because the brass inserts in the body may split, on a few occasions you may find they have split when you remove the old cartridge if this happens then you will probably have to replace the body.

Refit the temperature control knob (new screws supplied) the fit the on / off knob, turn the water back on and check for leaks, if everything is OK remove clothes and have a shower!!!

Part No.

AQUAL-022-801

Cartridge Thermostatic Grey LP Gravity Fed & Pumped Systems Only

Part No.

AQUAL-022-802

Cartridge Multipoint HP/ Pink Combi Boilers Only

Part No.

AQUAL-022-804

Cartridge Manual Blue

Part No.

AQUAL-022-805

Cartridge Manual White

Click on the link below, choose the manufacturer of the shower you have, scroll down the list of parts and select the part number you require.

You can then purchase the items online or call the office on 0131 443 9917 pressing option # 1 for spares.

Answered 662 days ago | Barrie
leaking shower 1 Answer

Q: My shower does not leak from the head when turned off, it leaks from the temperature lever. Any ideas what this could be and how to fix it.

Submitted 769 days ago | by tim, norfolk
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A: It needs a new cartridge, which comes with instructions

You will have to find out which cartridge you have.

Pink for a combi or multipoint and grey any system with balanced (equal) pressures.

Remove the on/off knob should just pull forward however it can be a bit of a bu**er then remove the 4 screws that hold the temperature knob in place, remove the temperature knob and then you will see the colour of your cartridge.

If you already have the cartridge and want to carry on and replace it you will have to turn the water off to the shower.

Then remove the cartridge you will need to remove the 4large screws at the side of the cartridge these have posidrive or ‘Torx’ T25heads depending on there age.

Pull the cartridge forward to remove.

Before fitting the new cartridge you should replace the small ‘O’ ring at the rear of the body this is another bu**er to change……(something like a crochet hook or the sort of thing that dentists usewill help)

It is not always necessary to replace this ring however if there any problems with the cartridge, the first question you will be asked is did you replace the ‘O ring? if the answer is no! then you will be told to phone back once it has been replaced.

When you refit the cartridge make sure that the slot,(usually on the right of the body ) the gasket and the body all line up properly then re tighten the screws.

On the older versions you have to reuse the original brass screws if you have this type be careful not to over tighten the screws because the brass inserts in the body may split, on a few occasions you may find they have split when you remove the old cartridge if this happens then you will probably have to replace the body.

Refit the temperature control knob (new screws supplied) the fit the on / off knob, turn the water back on and check for leaks, if everything is OK remove clothes and have a shower!!!

The cartridges are listed here http://www.showerdoc.com/aqual-parent-6-aqualisa-classic-aquavalve-200-thermostatic---400-manual

Answered 768 days ago | Barrie
Leaking shower 1 Answer

Q: The shower head constantly drips despate tightening / winding in the control knob (Item 6 of illustration) as tightly as possible. Please advise the appropriate replacement part(s) necessary (just gasket or more?). Are spares available to public? Is an instruction / maintenance leaflet available to ensure correct replacement?



Thanks

Submitted 840 days ago | by Shuttydave, Birmingham
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A: It needs a new cartridge, which comes with instructions

You will have to find out which cartridge you have.

Pink for a combi or multipoint and grey any system withbalanced (equal) pressures.

Remove the on/off knob should just pull forward however itcan be a bit of a bu**er then remove the 4 screws that hold the temperatureknob in place, remove the temperature knob and then you will see the colour ofyour cartridge.

If you already have the cartridge and want to carry on andreplace it you will have to turn the water off to the shower.

Then remove the cartridge you will need to remove the 4large screws at the side of the cartridge these have posidrive or ‘Torx’ T25heads depending on there age.

Pull the cartridge forward to remove.

Before fitting the new cartridge you should replace thesmall ‘O’ ring at the rear of the body this is another bu**er tochange……(something like a crochet hook or the sort of thing that dentists usewill help)

It is not alwaysnecessary to replace this ring however if there any problems with thecartridge, the first question you will be asked is did you replace the ‘O’ring? if the answer is no! then you will be told to phone back once it has beenreplaced.

When you refit the cartridge make sure that the slot,(usually on the right of the body ) the gasket and the body all line upproperly then retighten the screws.

On the older versions you have to reuse the original brassscrews if you have this type be careful not to over tighten the screws becausethe brass inserts in the body may split, on a few occasions you may find theyhave split when you remove the old cartridgeif this happens then you will probably have to replace the body.

Refit the temperature control knob  (new screws supplied) the fit the on / offknob, turn the water back on and check for leaks, if everything is OK removeclothes and have a shower!!!

The cartridges are listed here http://www.showerdoc.com/aqual-parent-6-aqualisa-classic-aquavalve-200-thermostatic---400-manual

Answered 836 days ago | The doc
Aqualisa shower pre 1991 1 Answer

Q: I have an Aqualisa shower pre 1991 can only get cold water not hot any ideas what i need

Submitted 952 days ago | by Anonymous, london
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You require a new cartridge which can be ordered online by clicking on the link below.
A:
http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/aqualisa/AQUAL-022801-Aqualisa-Thermostatic-Cartridge-Grey-(gravity-Or-Pumped)-Gasket-Included-022801Answered 951 days ago | Alastair
aqualisa classic manual(1989/90 concealed unit 1 Answer

Q: Hi there , I have an early classic cartridge with brass valve which appears to be leaking from the main body, since recently installing a pump.I have replaced the main shaft " O" ring on the end, which has stopped the drip at the hose.

Can you tell me wether the leak could be from the rear seal in the body or would it be from the main shaft, is this repairable?

Do you know whether the rear body seal is an "o" ring or a parralel sided ring ?

Or should i not bother and just replace the cartridge, I note that you say in the spares list that the thermostic unit is suitable for pumped or gravity systems , but does this apply to the manual cartridge and will either of these fit my existing body?

many thanks

Submitted 1059 days ago | by rich, somerset
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A: Hi

Sorry but I am a bit confused by this because the valve body is plastic ?

http://www.showerdoc.com/shower-spares/aqualisa/AQUAL-PARENT-6-Aqualisa-Classic-Aquavalve-200-Thermostatic---400-Manual

You can use the Manual or Grey thermostatic cartridge as long as the pressures are roughly balanced, however the Grey cartridge is the safer option

Answered 1059 days ago | The doc
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