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I think our toilet is a Duravit. Close the seat and the lid then have a look at the back of the hinges. If you can see a small hole in the back of the hinge there will be a grub screw in the hole and you can undo it with an allen key (not sure what size - you'll have to try a couple)
Unfortunately you won't find a universal replacement part to work with this seat which you would commonly find at your local hardware store. I've looked through the Durovit site and could not find a parts catalog. Try using the find retailer option on the manufacturers site and if there isn't a retailer in your area contact the manufacturer directly to see if they supply parts for their seats. I'm guessing they don't and you would likely have to purchase a new seat.
Duravit USA, Inc. 2205 Northmont Parkway Suite 200 Duluth, GA 30096 Phone +1 770 931 3575 Toll free: 888 387 2848 Fax +1 770 931 8454 Toll free: 888 387 2843
There are some dual flush cisterns where you have to depress one button to reveal a cavity in the second button. Put a screwdriver in that cavity to lever out the second button, then release the first button and prise that out.
Underneath the buttons is a screw which must be unscrewed to release the cistern lid.
Not sure if this will apply to you... but if not, good luck anyway.
I too have had this problem. No matter how i change the settings ..sooner or later the toilet starts to flow continually getting worse and worse. I have had plummers and friends etc see if they can make it stop and it is no better. I am very disapointed with it and will never ever buy Duravit again. I tried contacting them for help and got nowhere. Bad design. Waste of money.. I should have stuck with the old ball-**** system at B&Q.
The cistern lid is held down by the chrome assembly (which includes the two buttons that you press to make the toilet flush) sticking up in the middle of the lid. You need to unscrew that (anticlockwise) to be able to lift the lid off, to get to the inlet valve, etc.
If the water is running in very slowly, chances are high that the small screen filter under the inlet valve is partially blocked. Working inside the cistern, you need to unscrew the inlet valve assembly (noting the order in which the various parts come out!), then unscrew the cranked fitting just under that, to get the screen/filter.