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New bathrooms suite installed problem with siamp floating valve its taking over 5mins to refill after flushing toilet

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Check the water valve to see if its opened all the way!

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I wasn\'t willing to buy a whole new humidifier, so if you\'re willing to do a little more work, you can do what I did. I substituted a Kerick MA252 Mini PVC float valve. This isn\'t a direct replacement, the float and float arm that come with it are a little too long to fit. You take off the float and float arm and use the original float and float arm. The bolt on the new valve is too big, so you need to provide a bolt that won\'t rust (brass, stainless, teflon, etc.) to connect it. You\'ll have to play with the position of the float arm to set the proper water level. You\'ll also need the square plate off the original float valve to provide a flat mounting surface for the new float valve. You\'ll need to ream out the hole in the plate and the mounting hole to make them round. The tubing inlet on the MA252 works great, but you\'ll have to enlarge the opening on the cover to accommodate the tubing inlet.

The MA252 is made of PVC and stainless steel, so it shouldn\'t corrode away the way the OEM valve did. And better yet, the MA252 costs less than $10 (I got mine on Amazon) where the OEM valve would have cost more than $50 if you could get one.

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Kirk, the problem you're experiencing is generally caused by 2 reasons. The bucket was not reinstalled properly or the float valve in the top of the tank is either broken or stuck in the UP position.

First turn the unit OFF & unplug it. Then remove the bucket and check the float valve in the top of the bucket. Jiggle the float valve's arm to make sure it moves freely and that it is in the DOWN position. If it's not broken, reinstall the bucket making sure that it fits "squarely" from top to bottom and is making contact with the bucket safety removal switch on the rear wall of the bucket holder. When installed properly, the bottom of the bucket should not tilt down at all.

If the float valve is broken, you can purchase new one from Frigidaire.

I hope this helps you and thanks for choosing FixYa.

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