I have a Twyford mixer tap on my bathroom washbasin (Exact model here).
As it stands the Hot/Cold mix I can get out of it is either very hot or very cold, with a tiny area in the middle giving a suitable temperature. While this is workable for adult,my 3 year old son invariably has to wash his hands in cold water, and risks burning himself.
The shower works off the same hot and cold supply, and we can get a very satisfactory mix easily, so I was assuming it was something to do with the tap adjustment.
We do not have the original fitting instructions, and have emailed the supplier for a copy, however I was wondering if there was anything I could do for myself.
I have worked out that its possible to pop off the plastic cosmetic cover on the front of the tap, as shown below:
This gives me access to a nut inside which I can undo wit an allen key, as shown below:
However, after this I am at a loss of what to do. The top of the tap still seems firmly in place - I don't want to force it in case I break it.
I am assuming of course that this gives me access to some sort of adjustment mechanism - I could, of course be wrong.
Does anyone have any suggestions?