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didireallysaythat Thu 21-Apr-16 22:34:51

We have acquired a lightly used quooker - does anyone know how to drain it ? We won't be installing it for a few months and it's currently got water in it...

didireallysaythat Sat 23-Apr-16 20:34:46

I guess there's no market for used quookers then?

OnePlanOnHouzz Sat 23-Apr-16 22:54:59

Part F shows you how to drain it ...


didireallysaythat Sun 24-Apr-16 07:40:35

Thanks OnePlan ! I thought I'd read every online manual but missed this one... I don't think the "uninstallers" didn't read it either as they didn't drain it while still connected. We weren't planning to connect it until we put the kitchen in later this year (the quooker can as part of an ex display eBay bargain) but maybe we should bring that forward (I'm sure DH would like that - kitchen toys !)

I assume a competent electrician can install this - we don't need to get quooker to reinstall ?

OnePlanOnHouzz Sun 24-Apr-16 16:27:06

Hi - yes someone part P certified .

didireallysaythat Sun 24-Apr-16 19:38:35

Thanks OnePlan. The instructions you found for me show a plug going into a socket, so maybe I don't....

OnePlanOnHouzz Mon 25-Apr-16 00:45:08

Well if you have a socket in the right place, I guess you won't need the electrician !! Happy days !!

didireallysaythat Mon 25-Apr-16 17:13:44

OnePlan - good point ! The kitchen has 4 double sockets in silly places, one of which was condemned by the electrician last week. So probably not !

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