Your answer is not in reply to what ASKED. My question is about a Mira 415 shower control unit fitted in a bathroom.
Hi Nigel, Im so sorry the site has been weird today its possible you got a reply meant for someone else. Please let me know what connections you are referring, is the plumbing or electrical? Thank you for your patience, they have been doing upgrades to the software. Tech Michael
The connections are hot/cold 15mm pipes, this is a non-electric mains water supply unit. a installation/service manual would be useful.
For a expert I thought this should be a simple question to answer. Talk about access from the other side of the bathroom wall is plain daft. If you are not a plumber and do not know what you are talking about please say so and pass my question on to some who can answer.
Michael, If you had access to Mira(NNN) NNN-NNNNmanual you could see what my problem is . You are the expert that I paid, that is the information you should be able to access. As I said If you can not help, please pass the question to a expert plumber who should be able to answer the question. 2028 14/05/2014
The pipes are in the wall and behind tiles, I need to dismantle the control unit to gain access to the connections as they come out of the wall, then I can remove the unit, complete the repair work and replace the unit. Its how to strip the control unit to get at the connections is my problem. Or can you say where I could obtain a manual for Mira 415 1990 model.