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Where can I buy replacement parts for a sanipro

The waste outlet is leaking and I've had it and its connecting components out, wiped down and replaced but still leaking. Have also checked for blockage in the waste pipe and it runs clear so theres no additional pressure from that side so I'm thinking maybe the seals have gone around the outlet itself. Strange as Its only been in place a year but its all I can think of. Any advice is gratefully received.

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Hat is what I am thinking also. Check it to see.

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Hi muller2012,

I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.

Your question is: the procedure to join pan to waste pipe without leaking. do i silicone around rubber seal?

In 30 years this is the first time I've heard of a toilet "pan". If you're refering to the bowl, it connects with a wax ring and a pair of bolts. You then caulk around where the bowl meets the floor to keep cleaning liquids from getting under and getting stinky. If this is not a standard toilet it would be a good idea to post pictures and give make and model.

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Hi you could try soaking it in warm water to make it soft then it might stay on

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SOURCE: pump murmers now excessivley noisy

The best thing would be to just replace the whole pump... once they start giving trouble you will always have trouble...
the noise is either something bent or the motor has a bad spot in the windings...


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SOURCE: macerator discharging water out of outlet pipe

sounds like a switch problem again. try descaling the unit. otherwise its time for a new pressure switch.

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SOURCE: Sanipro continuously runs,however, not pumping

There can be a blockage somewhere in the discharge pipe, the blade or impeller. Also the short discharge pipe or long elbow inside the pump casing may be split open or not attached properly and waste water is just cycling inside the pump casing. Worst case scenario could be a bad capacitor, the capacitor spins the blade and impeller, it that goes bad the unit will just hum and not pump any waste out until is replaced. You can also order parts through Saniflo if needed.

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