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Discuss Replacing a Triton Enlight 2 in the New Member Introductions area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.

  1. Matt

    Matt New Member

    Hi I'm an electrician more use to testing power to showers then replacing them. My Enlight 2 has stopped working after 3 years it is now only hot when on 10 so assume 1 of the elements have gone. Shower is mounted on water proof shower board I want to use existing cut outs. Looks like Enlight is no longer sold. Can any one recommend shower that will easily replace it or should I just change parts? Cheers for any advise.
     
  2. Sedgy40

    Sedgy40 New Member

    Triton do spare parts pal
     
  3. Harvest Fields

    Harvest Fields Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    Where are the electric and water connectors on the shower. Can you take a picture?
     
  4. moonlight

    moonlight Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    It will depend on your shower footprint. If you still want a Triton T80Z has multi entry points for wiring and plumbing.
     
  5. goerge

    goerge New Member

    Often cheaper to replace the shower than get spare parts Screwfix have some great triton shower prices.
     
  6. Matt

    Matt New Member

    I have seen they do an 8.5Kwand 9.5Kw replacement for about £50 which I think was the cost of the shower I am considering this if a replacement shower won't fit the holes in the shower board. Thank you
     
  7. Matt

    Matt New Member

    I have attached thanks for the reply

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  8. Matt

    Matt New Member

    That is my thought but also weighing up maintaining the integrity of the board behind it so would like to find something that fits the existing holes. Cheers
     
  9. moonlight

    moonlight Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    As long as the new footprint is roughly the same size. You could silicone the other holes if not exact. Don't forget you already have holes for the wire and supply.
     
  10. moonlight

    moonlight Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    The pictures you posted look like the Mira jump.
     
  11. Matt

    Matt New Member

    Thank you just looked at the PDFs for the Mira Jump and looks like the holes for water inlet and electrical supply I currently have should match perfectly.
     
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  12. Harvest Fields

    Harvest Fields Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    All good then.;)
     
  13. Matt

    Matt New Member

    I think I will either fit a Mira Jump or change the element. Not much difference in price. which is the easier of the 2 jobs. might be naive as haven't done either before but I think I am capable any pitfalls to watch out for. Obviously isolate supply and water and give it a go cross my fingers.
     
  14. moonlight

    moonlight Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    Difference being new guarantee with new shower
     
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