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Kitchen Tap Mixer tap set. What is the secret to locking these in place WITHOUT locking up the swivel function. Brand is unknown but not that old. Thanks Kev

I appreciate there is a lock nut on the underside and a slip ring or whatever on the exterior topside and I have tools that could remove the nut etc and access the main barrel unit.

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The tap should have 2 pipes about 6-10 inches long and almost the thickness of a maker pen {10mm or 15mm]
U will need either a 10-15 connection or a 15-15 connection either straight or elbowed according to routing need to main pipes [& these should also be 15mm
connections are fixed either with solder or have nuts on each end to tighten [compression] or are just push-on ["Speedfit"]
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On the left side of the pda is a little slide button with a lock symbol on it, make sure it is slid down. This button is a key/screen lock to ensure you dont push any buttons accidentally.

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you'll need to remove your door panel (screws are by the door handle, arm rest, under door and side of door) and pull back the weather seal (can't reuse it, but it's not that important) and you will be able to access everything.

I'm not sure what you mean by lock barrell.. I'm guessing the cylinder which you'll just have to bolt back onto the door.. you may need to find a specific bolt though....

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You need to remove the top from the tap that is stiff, this is normally done by removing a cap or plug from the top of the tap using a small screwdriver or some other form of lever, underneath you should find a screw, removing this screw should allow you to remove the tap handle/knob.
You should now be able to see the main shaft of the tap, where you have just removed the screw from. work down this shaft and you come to a nut, this is known as the packing nut, it places pressure on a seal to stop water coming back up the side of the shaft. It may be that this nut is a little too tight and is acting like a brake, you need to loosen this nut (anticlockwise) but not too much that water is allowed to seep out from the shaft, try a little at a time, (you also need to hold the bigger, lower nut to stop this turning) It could also be that lime-scale has formed on the bottom of this shaft, if this is the case you may need to replace this part of the tap, the bigger nut further down the shaft allows you to unscrew (anticlockwise) the tap from the main body and replace this part.Remember to turn off the water at the mains shut-off before removing the tap body. If replacing the tap body it needs to be tightened down to prevent it turning when turning the tap on and off.

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