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It appears there are 2 plastic screws holding the outlet assembly to the base of the casing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok is this a standard toilet where the water reservoir tank is just bolted to the bowl with 2 or 3 bolts and is removed separately or is this an older style where the tank is elevated and connected by a long tube....at any rate...the flush assembly...usually just has the one large plastic or metal nut that retains the flush valve assembly....they get stuck in place afters a few years and just need a little coaxing...and have been APT/Home maintenance industry for 35 years in USA...I have never had a flush valve that needed to be unscrewed but that doesn't mean it isn't possible...so if I were a guessing man which I am generally not (I prefer to know exactly what I am talking about) just like I know that 99 percent of all threaded material in the USA requires them to be removed in a counterclockwise direction...
I hope this helps...if this is a different device altogether...maybe you could send a picture ....good luck....thanks for rating my effort.....the Fang.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Vitra dual
Have you tried to remove the outer ring by unscrewing it before you attempt to remove the buttons? I don,t think you should remove the buttons first.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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