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Water leak from turboflush saniflo

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installed a 'turboflush' branded saniflo and no mater what i do i cannot stop a slight water leak and it seems to be from under the unit as there is no water dripping from the inlets,if i leave for a few days the floor is dry but run water from the basin and within minutes its becoming wet again,i cannot work out where the water is coming from has anyone else had a similar problem ?

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Check the piping, it might be a loose connection. Also you may want to replace the rubber coupling in between the side inlet and the sink drain. The rubber fitting might have a pin hole.

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Water inlet pipe blows off when toilet is flushed

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REMOVE THE UNIT AND RUN THE WATER THEN TO SEE WERE THE WATER MAY BE COMIEING FROM

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