Compatible Spare Parts for the Rangemaster Parma

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Product CodeProduct OptionsDescriptionUnit PriceBuyDespatch Time
ParmaTA-CRClockwise (to open) red1/2" x 28 x 54mm£9.99 Today
ParmaTA-ABAnticlockwise (to open) blue1/2" x 28 x 54mm£9.99 Today
ParmaTA-PPair (1 x red, 1 x blue)1/2" x 28 x 54mm£19.98 Today
ParmaTA-PWBPAIR WITH SB27 BUSH1/2" x 28 x 54mm£28.00 Today
ParmaTA-AWBAnticlockwise with 27mm bush1/2" x 28 x 54mm£17.93 Today
Product CodeProduct OptionsDescriptionUnit PriceBuyDespatch Time
SR63C-SSingleAerator chrome£6.99 Today
SR63CB-SSingleAerator brushed chrome£6.99 Today
SK18-SSingleSpout O Ring Tap Repair Kit£6.00 Today
SL05-SSinglePremium Disc/O'Ring Lubricant£2.99 Today
SL50-SSingleRegin Grease 50ml£9.99 Today
SB27-SSingle27mm adaptor bush£7.94 Today
ST17-SSingle17mm spanner£6.50 Today
SK01-SSingleSet of Allan Keys£1.99 Today


Compatible spares to fit the Rangemaster Parma Kitchen Mixer Monobloc tap models TPM1CM and TPM1BF

Watch our video below for guidance / how to remove your handles and change your Quarter turn ceramic cartridge


If your tap is dripping or leaking out of the end of the spout then it is time to replace the internal ceramic disc cartridges (3561R).

When you remove your tap cartridge the bush may come out stuck to the cartridge. You can try and separate this. If you can't separate it you will need to purchase a new bush (Our code for the bush is SB27) - original code is 3868R)
If your bush remains in the tap block then you can just purchase the cartridge and you do not need to remove the bush from the tap.

If you need a new aerator this is our part SR63C/CB (original 1263R)

If your tap is leaking by the neck (which is where the spout joins the body) you need to replace the seals inside the spout. You will need an allen key to remove the spout. We do not supply a screw with our O ring seal kit so please make sure you keep your screw. Our ORing repair kit is compatible with 1260R / 3668R.

Rangemaster Parma Frequently asked questions

How to I remove the Rangemaster Parma tap handle?
Use 2mm allen key to undo handle. The grub screw is located on the underside of the handle. You can pull the lever forwards to access the screw at the back if you need more space.

How do I know if need the adaptor bush?
Until you remove the cartridge from the tap you will not know if you need this part. This is because sometimes the bush gets corroded to the tap and remains in the tap body, and other times it comes out corroded to the tap cartridge.
Can I remove the adaptor bush from the old cartridge?
Yes you can but it can be very hard to remove due to corrosion. You can try using very hot water, followed by cold water over it, to help break the corrosion seal. The bush unscrews from the cartridge anticlockwise. You will likely ed to use some grips or put it in a vice to remove it. If you cannot separate it you will need to replace the bush.
How do I remove the spout and replace the o'rings inside the spout?
Use 2.5mm allen key to undo grub screw at the back holding the spout in place. pull spout up and out of the tap body. You can watch our How to video above.
What size spanner do I need to remove the Rangemaster Parma tap handle?
You will need a 17mm or an adjustable spanner

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