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    Constantly leaking overflow

    Plumbers

    Constantly leaking overflow from previous questions asked by others I understand it might be a ball valve not working correctly in water tank can you estimate a cost and time it may poss take to fix

    Asked by Amanda on 27th Oct 2021
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    B- solutions services

    "Most definitely, the float valve has packed up, when your cistern is filling the ball valve isn’t doing its job in cutting the water off when it gets to a certain level."

    Answered on 28th Oct 2021 - Member since Nov 2016 - report
    Manchester Gas Services

    "Time and cost will depend where water tank is and access."

    Answered on 28th Oct 2021 - Member since Mar 2016 - report
    Clifford's Plumbing & Tiling services

    "It's normally charged at 1 hour plus cost of materials. If all is straight forward."

    Answered on 29th Oct 2021 - Member since Aug 2021 - report
    RnR Gas Services

    "Yes, the ball valve must be letting by which would need replacing or the ball could be cracked and filled with water causing it too pull down and release continuous water.

    Replacement of valve supply and labour £80-£100 and would take approximately 1 hour

    Thank you"

    Answered on 17th Nov 2021 - Member since Dec 2020 - report
    PJK Water Services

    "Hiya, you can get a repair kit from toolstation for around a tenner. Job is dead easy. Turn mains water off, go into the loft. Unscrew nut. Take out old & replace washers/rubbers. Install a new float valve and turn the water back on.
    Should take less than an hour."

    Answered on 28th Oct 2021 - Member since Oct 2021 - report
    APS Property Services

    "Hi, about an hour to replace. Cost £100 including new value.

    Andrew"

    Answered on 29th Oct 2021 - Member since Jul 2021 - report

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