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There is water leaking into the bowl. When the water level gets low enough, it calls for refilling the tank. Leaky valve or worn down washer in the cistern.

Posted on Feb 04, 2013

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SOURCE: stylus brand cistern making whistling noise when flushing

it does this get used to it.

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No I'm sorry they do not. You might try plumbing supply house in your area.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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I have a leak coming through my ceiling from the ensuite toilet above. It is an ideal standard wall hung with concealed cistern behind tiles. There is no obvious access panel. The tiled wall is flush.


The flush control panel normally comes off. You can then hopefully see inside. You won't be able to see much though as the cistern will be in the way...

Places to look for leaks are:
Soil pipe to pan
Cistern to flush pipe
Flush pipe to pan
Cistern overflow.

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FIXING A TOILET THAT WILL NOT FLUSH!!! a simple but very effective money saving...


This simple how to, is based upon most lever operated toilets, with the cistern mounted above the toilet bowl. The make and model of toilet used for this feature is of the following:
Toilet and internal syphon
DUDLEY ELITEDudley S7 Cascade syphon
Problem:
My toilet will not flush, but the ball float valve is working and there is water in the cistern; no leaks present and the flushing lever is not broken or disconnected, what do I do?
Answer:
first isolate the water to the toilet or the main water supply to the house. Bail out the water from the cistern using a small jug or cup, (or you can syphon the water manually using a hosepipe or similar pipe, a towel to cover your mouth, and either a bucket or the toilet bowl) and remove water from the bottom of the cistern with a sponge.


Changing the syphon in a toilet that is not close coupled is far easier as you do not need to remove the cistern from the wall!


Undo the lower of the two large nuts beneath the cistern using a large pipe wrench or pair of water pump pliers, now disconnect the flush pipe and push it to one side.
Place a bucket or bowl beneath the cistern and undo the Nut which is immediately below the cistern (syphon replacing nut), some water may be released by the syphon, take note of any washers that are removed as new ones need fitting when replacing the siphon.
Unhook the lift rod from the flushing lever and remove the syphon.


Inside the toilet syphon, there will be a small plastic piece of sheet called a diaphragm; you can fabricate a replacement using the plastic title cover on a DVD case. Cut this to the exact same size and shape as the original part, and fit this to where the original diaphragm was. This is your new replacement.


Refitting is a complete reversal of removal, be sure to fit any washers (preferably new ones) that you have taken out. Ensure everything is tight but do not over tighten before refilling the cistern



on Aug 09, 2010 | Plumbing

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I have a dual flush consort cistern N 81008, it keeps leaking into the pan after flushing .


You will need to replace the seal under the flush valve, need to dismantle cistern mechanism.

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Water flow from cistern does not shut off after the toilet in flushed


You need to get inside the cistern and see which type of shut off device you have. It will either be a long armed ball float or a short armed bobbin type. Ensure the float has not come away from the arm and that the adjustment is correct.

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Tavistock Vortex White Slimline Concealed Cistern | VOR790


the clear and the blue pipes control half and full flush. They should both be connected to the main cistern. The small button should give a half flush.

Mar 26, 2012 | Home

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How do i fix a cistern that is continually leaking in to the toilet bowl? i have tried to open the cistern at the flush button unit but do not want to force open. tried twisting but is quite tight.


most modern toilets do not have an overflow pipe to outside instead they overflow into the bowl itself so have to adjust level so it does not overflow into return

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How do I get the lid off a stylus toilet cistem


Solution I received " lever up the two flushing buttons with a fine blade screwdriver.

They may be a push fit on two plastic posts. Once off, they reveal a screw between them. Release this to remove the cistern lid. Make a note of the position of the buttons as they only fit one way round."

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Modern toilet cisterns without overflowprovision


Most modern flush units have built in overflow protection, if the water level rises above the flush device then water runs into the toilet itself rather than out of the overflow pipe to the outside as in older toilets.

You could always check by taking the top off the cistern and push down the float device with your finger to see what happens!

hope this helps

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