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Discuss Franke Tap Valve - special tool for removing? in the Valves & Taps area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.

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  1. Graham2020

    Graham2020 New Member

    Hi

    Just bought a new Franke valve but once I took the cover off it appears to be different to what I expected - no hex nut, just two slots. Where can I find a tool to remove the old one - looked every but can't find one plus is there a 'normal' valve underneath this? Photo attached if anyone can help please.

    Thanks all

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  2. Gasmk1

    Gasmk1 GSR

    you could try tapping it lightly with a driver and small hammer to loosen the split nut dont go mad though, or phone franke they to see if they know of a tool
     
  3. rpm

    rpm Trusted Plumber

    Think thats been tried looking at the burr that`s been created.
     
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  4. Gasmk1

    Gasmk1 GSR

    dont think it has but looks like that ring only holds the handle adaptor in so should not be too tight i might be wrong though.
     
  5. Graham2020

    Graham2020 New Member

    Have tried tapping it with a screwdriver but not moving. Not really a burr but light scrape mark!
     
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  6. Gasmk1

    Gasmk1 GSR

    looks like a call to franke for advice then
     
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    rpm Trusted Plumber

  8. snowhead

    snowhead Plumber

    Pair of either good quality or £1 shop, long nose pliers and a bar/screwdriver to twist them.

    Or piece of flat bar, (or hardwood) hole in it big enough to get the spindle through and 2 nails or screws to line up with the slots.
     
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  9. Graham2020

    Graham2020 New Member

    Excellent idea and it's worked - thank you. It is just a cover with the valve underneath. Took me a while to sus out it was a reverse thread but all sorted now.
     
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  10. turnpin

    turnpin Trusted Plumber

    Thanks for letting us know how you got on ..May help someone down the line regards Turnpin:)
     
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  11. YorkshireDave

    YorkshireDave Plumber

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    Sorry to read that Dave, hope the day went as well as these days can for you and your family.
    To answer the Q, nowt missed.
     
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  13. Matchless.plumb

    Matchless.plumb Trusted Plumber GSR

    Haven’t seen you for a while :) great you are still on here
     
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  14. Harvest Fields

    Harvest Fields S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    Sorry to here that also mate. :( Sad times.
     
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  15. turnpin

    turnpin Trusted Plumber

    Hi Ron still pop in from time to time hope life's treating you well...regards Turnpin:)
     
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