Product Type: Shower Waste Pumps
All available replacement spare parts to fit the AKW DigiPump D4 Shower Waste Pump (25350).
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|7||25276||AKW non-return valve (NRV) (25276)||£4.40||Add to Basket||More Info|
|4||07210||AKW pump diaphragm (07210)||£5.90||Add to Basket||More Info|
|8||04-008-189||AKW housing outlet assembly (04-008-189)||£5.15||Add to Basket||More Info|
|5||04-008-190||AKW housing inlet assembly (04-008-190)||£5.15||Add to Basket||More Info|
|11||25196||AKW DigiPump grey wire flow sensor (type FT-110) (25196)||£110.40||Add to Basket||More Info|
|3||04-008-036||AKW pump motor assembly (04-008-036)||£193.75||Add to Basket||More Info|
|12||25140||AKW flow switch 3/8" push fit adaptor - black (25140)||£7.00||Add to Basket||More Info|
|9||01-019-026||AKW 22mm collet locking clip (pack of 5) (01-019-026)||£5.35||Add to Basket||More Info|
|6||01-019-025||AKW 15mm collet locking clip (pack of 5) (01-019-025)||£4.25||Add to Basket||More Info|
|10||25167||AKW 15mm compression fitting Y strain filter - brass body (25167)||£19.10||Add to Basket||More Info|
|13||07-001-050||AKW 95VA toroidal transformer (07-001-050)||£43.25||Add to Basket||More Info|
|1||07-001-030||AKW DigiPump D4 back cover/case assembly (07-001-030)||£38.20||Add to Basket||More Info|
|2||07-001-031||AKW DigiPump D4 front cover/case assembly (07-001-031)||£19.10||Add to Basket||More Info|
|14||07215||AKW 1 1/4" and 1 1/2" rubber pipe reducer kit (07215)||£4.80||Add to Basket||More Info|
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it appears the fault is the pump may have failed which is causing the water to remain in the tray