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Love my tapmaster 1776 cold water only

Posted by kksmama (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 3, 13 at 21:43

In my part of Florida, the cold water tap is rarely colder than 72 degrees, in summer it is closer to 80. I'm happy washing hands and produce and doing all other prep tasks, including light washing, with cold water only. So I saved a few bucks and had the tapmaster 1776 installed, after ascertaining that I could later use parts to convert it to a 1775 if it didn't work out.
But it is working out great! I keep the (single) handle all the way over to "cold" and no water flows unless I "tap". If I wanted hot only, I could use the handle to get it. If I wanted a blend, I'd have to engage the tap and adjust the handle. The guy at conserve-a-store was happy to get the friendly and helpful folks from Canada on the phone when I called to inquire, and they all agreed it was worth a try.
Tapmaster is one of the things I never would've heard about if not for GW, and I'm really thrilled about it, so I just wanted to share the info.
I'm enjoying this so much I may well need to get one for the cleanup sink!


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RE: Love my tapmaster 1776 cold water only

I'll try to remember to update in February or March, I'm curious to see if I ever need the 1775 conversion.

Forgot to mention that there was a delayed on/off response in the first few days, maybe it needed to prime the tubing? I never checked, but it has been flawless since then.

Better thread on tapmaster

Here is a link that might be useful: which tapmaster model?

This post was edited by kksmama on Tue, Nov 5, 13 at 3:26


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