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Before you read any further, it has been brought to my attention (on 29/04/2020) that within this video is a non-compliance with the Water Regulations, and that the pipework should be fitted with suitable backflow prevention. I debated removing the video completely, but decided against it for the following reasons:
1/ I don't mind admitting when I have made a non-compliance error, and want everyone to see that no matter how much you try to remember, even trained, and qualified professionals will still sometimes forget things,
2/ It helps demonstrate that the plumbing industry is more than just "piping something up",
3/ The tutorial is still relevant, and does take you through an easy to follow step by step process of how to replace a bath shower mixer tap,
4/ It gives me a great way to introduce this written section, and remind everyone to also add in suitable backflow prevention on the pipework.
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