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CWS float valve: part1/2 compatibility plumbing question
Tonight the arm of the ballcock feeding the cold water storage cistern in my attic broke (quite puzzling: maybe due to strong wind causing some turbulence??).
Anyway, I need to replace it. I know it's faster to replace only the part inside the tank, undoing the very last compression nut.

But can I do that when passing from a "part 1" to a "part 2" valve?

Otherwise, I might choose to stick with part 1 to cut the hassle.

PS: I'm talking about an open vented pumped S-plan system, common here in UK, aka "hydronic heating system" in USA.

CWS float valve: part1/2 compatibility

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