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SOURCE: I have a concealed cistern that no longer flushes,

Consealed cysterns are always a bit hard to exsplian, so i segest u get a plumber, bt not an idoit cas u can fix it without breaking the wall. u take off actuater plate and undo the flush cover plate. then inside u must turn that device left to get it out, its tricky , the device splits in 2 peases. get new one and install it same way. bt 1st chek stuff like is the flush arm ect installed rite befor u replace it. might wane call a plumber i cant say serten here cos every 1 differs

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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SOURCE: What are the disadvantages of Concealed Cistern

The biggest disadvantage is that they are more complex than the standard gravity fed toilets. More parts, more things that can go wrong. However, they generally operate just as trouble free as any other fixture.

Posted on Aug 03, 2010

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hey,
Check your button/s panel, check that the hoses are connected firmly.
Disconnect the hose and blow air through it, does it work now?
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If problem remains, you need to disassemble the pneumatic valve and check / clean/ repair it.
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