Question about Saniflo & Saniplus& Macerator Pump
Pump is loud and seems like it's straining to do its job
Check the masserator is clear also check the outflow pipe , maybe a good clean see this link for more info Here is a nice link for your saniflow maintenance.
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Here is a nice link for your saniflow maintenance.
Posted on Feb 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes you can make the unit sound a bit quieter by sitting it on some foam or bubble wrap as I am guessing it is presently on floor screed or tiles?
I have mine boxed in and tiled (plywood with tiling on top and plastic edging). It is put together so that it can be removed for maintenance of the Saniplus unit. You can also put foam or some insulation in between the Saniflo unit and the boxing-in to deaded the sound.
It unfortunately will never be as quiet as a conventional toilet flush but that is one of the trade-offs
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Posted on Feb 06, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Saniplus toilet
HI.There's no problem with the motor because it is working.The only thing here is that the relay that connects to the motor is not working.You don't need to replace your. Saniplus.There's actually 2 control menu on the side of the saniplus.These controls inside will trigger the motor to turn ON/OFF.However you said this relays does not respond to any activity once flush.This are actually composed of IC's or Integrated Circuit.If ther's an available Multitester,you can actually check it individually.Here's how to check: 1.If the unit is open and you can find the control board or circuit;Connect both ends of the Tester on that IC. 2.Make sure that the Tester's setting is in the OHMS value to chck continuity. 3.There are only 3 readings you get.First it movd to its infinite value/maximum,then IC is defective.Second if it does not give reading.Need to replaced it.Third if it gives a little but not reach maximum value,Then that IC is good. 4.Check the IC individually and replace if necessary Thank you for choosing FIXYA.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
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