Shut the bleed valve and undo the other not on the valve at the foot of the towel warmer.
The heated towel rack can now be removed. Ease it away from the wall gently, and pour any excess fluid into the bowl.
When the towel warmer has been removed, pour any remaining excess water into the bowl, and turn the towel rack upside down to prevent drips.
Use your screwdriver to remove the remaining brackets – you should now be all set to decorate. After the decorating work is complete, screw the brackets back into the wall and prepare your towel warmer for refitting. Tighten back the valve nuts, and fully open the valves in an anti-clockwise direction. The towel warmer is now ready to be filled. If your system is pressurized, open the filling loop slightly to top up the system pressure during filling.
Bleed your heated towel warmer until it is filled with water.
With the bar set between 1 and 1.5, shut off the filling loop. Ask someone to help monitor the pressure so that your system doesn’t become over-pressurized. Switch on the heating and allow the system to heat up – the towel warmer should become red hot.
You’re done! You should now know how to remove your towel warmer for decorating or for replacement with a new model. Good luck and remember, professional help is on hand if you need it.