SC50T20 Crosswater Thermostatic Cartridge (Valquest SC50-T20 and SC50T20-M)
SC50 T32 TMV2 Thermostatic Cartridge Replacement.The SC50-T32 (SC50T32) is used on the following shower mixer valve - Crosswater Totti Thermostatic Shower Valve - CROSSWATER-PARENT-3 - Also known as SC50-T20, SC50T20-M, SC50T20 and SC50 T20 - Patent Markings: GB-2399159, US-6994266, CN1628275, EP-1463982 Technical Information - **Important** - This is the 20 tooth / groove version of the cartridge. - Total Length: 119.5mm (11.95cm) - Width of Spindle Head (which the handle connects onto): 7.6mm - Width at Widest Point: 53.5mm (5.35cm) - Width of body at Bottom: 41.2mm - Number of Filters: 0 - Material: Plastic - Colour: Brown and Black - Number of O rings: 3Used in (but not limited to): - Hudson Reed Tec Pura Showers - Hudson Reed REI3407 Reign Twin Concealed Shower Valve - Twin & Triple Exposed Thermostatic Shower ValveFrequently Asked QuestionQ: Is the cartridge meant to click when I turn the temperature control handle?A: The temperature control handle should turn smoothly with no clicks. If you are hearing clicks, the cartridge has probably been broken. Should this be the case, the only solution is a replacement.Q: The top of my cartridge looks the same but the bottom doesn't.A: Your cartridge has become unscrewed from the rest of the cartridge which is probably still left in the valve. You will need to screw the cartridge back into the valve and then pull it out.Q: Little bits of dirt in the pipes went into the shower valve when it was first run. Can you tell me if the cartridge is broken or if it just needs to be cleaned? Advice would be appreciated.A: If you are receiving hot water to other taps in your bathroom then we'd think the problem would be either with a blocked hot water pipe feeding the shower valve or a faulty cartridge. Try flushing out the pipes, removing any air locks that may be present.Q: Is it possible to buy a seal kit for this cartridge?A: There are no seal kits for this cartridge.Q: I don't know if I need the 20 teeth or 32 teeth version.A: You can count the number of teeth that you have on your cartridge by using something like a pin. Take a long pin, paperclip, knife, or anything with a point, place it in one of the grooves and slowly move it around the cartridge, counting each tooth. Do be sure to know what tooth you began on, however it should be quite obvious whether it's the 20 or 32 teeth version you have.