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Take a look at our FAQs to find the answers you need. You can also download installation guides, filter cartridge replacement instructions and buy spare parts.

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  • My tap has a permanent drip from the tip of its spout+

    Unfortunately, the original Mini tap was retired in 2011 and we cannot provide spare parts for it.  However, you can purchase a replacement FilterFlow Mini tap, which is available in both chrome and silk steel finishes.  It’s very simple to install and will fit in the same hole as your old Mini tap.  The tap’s shank also has the same thread size as its predecessor, so you will be able to connect it to you existing filter system, too.  No other parts will be required.

  • There is water leaking from the base of the spout of my tap+

    Unfortunately, the original Mini tap was retired in 2011 and we cannot provide spare parts for it.  However, you can purchase a replacement FilterFlow Mini tap, which is available in both chrome and silk steel finishes.  It’s very simple to install and will fit in the same hole as your old Mini tap.  The tap’s shank also has the same thread size as its predecessor, so you will be able to connect it to you existing filter system, too.  No other parts will be required.

  • I can’t open my tap’s filter housing+

    Firstly, check the water is shut off and that the filtered water has been run to release water pressure. If this does not work, it is likely there is an air blockage in the system. Re-open the water supply to the filter, turn the filtered water lever or handle to the ‘on’ position and leave it running. Now shut-off the water under the sink and the housing should open.

  • There is water trickling from the main body or head of my cartridge housing+

    Wear to the housing’s O rings can result in the housing not resealing properly.  Please note, the O ring can be difficult to see, but it is placed inside a channel inside the black cap at the top of the housing You can purchase a replacement housing O ring here.

  • There is water leaking from the green or blue inlet and outlet hoses of my cartridge housing+

    If there is water leaking from the green or blue hose where they connect to your cartridge housing this is normally due to wear and tear on the O ring inside the outlet and it will need to be replaced.


    Whilst a replacement O ring will solve the leak, if your plastic housing is very old and worn, a completely new housing might be the answer to avoid further wear and tear related issues. Click here to upgrade to a new plastic or stainless steel housing.

  • There is a leak from the Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) attached to my cartridge housing+

    In older Triflow systems, the below valve is attached to reduce pressure in the system. If this valve is leaking, you will need to upgrade your filter cartridge housing, as we no longer supply this part.

    We can offer a new plastic or stainless steel housing, complete with fixtures/fittings, to connect to your tap’s existing blue and green inlet and outlet hoses. Both housing kits include a new filter cartridge. You will also need an adaptor to connect the blue hose onto the blue-handled stop valve.  

    Please note that stainless steel housings use a push-fit filter cartridges, so any spare filters you might have will no longer be compatible.

     

  • The fixing bracket for my housing has broken+

    You can purchase a replacement fixing bracket directly from Triflow Concepts.