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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

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How does the cistern fit onto the toilet and connect to the water outlet. Does it got onto the toilet seat if so how do you connect the water supply?


normally the cistern is mounted to the wall and the pipe to the bowl (pan) is just connected by a rubber grommet at the pan inlet and a threaded nut that compresses a rubber ring in the cistern end
water supply is via a hose from the isolator tap next to the an up to the pipe under the cistern

Aug 26, 2017 | Home

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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.

Apr 17, 2017 | Home

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Client has a pan suite with this cistern. can u tell me which toilet seat would be used and what seat fixings would I ask for to replace broken seat bolts. Regards Anna


Contac any hardware store for these parts, bring the old parts with you so they can match them up, ACE or Orchard are good choices to go to.

Sep 26, 2016 | Home

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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.

Oct 19, 2014 | Home

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Where do I find Flush Valve Seal for Imperial Cisterns


All I can tell you is check supplier or manufacturer.

Jul 11, 2013 | Home

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Imperial toilet cistern parts


go to the website and read for instructions on replacing the float valve or the flapper or the float

Jul 11, 2013 | Home

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The toilet cistern is filling up but the toilet pan is not getting enough water presure to empty


check that the water in the cistern is up to the mark etched on the inside
Do you have a close couple or a washdown [with pipe from cistern to pan]

Mar 04, 2010 | Home

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I cant get to the washer to change it


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.

Mar 28, 2009 | Home

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Can old style dual cistern be converted to new style 6/3


We have not solved the problem but after speaking to 3 Major Plumbing Supply Places
they have told us we have no alternative but to replaced both the whole toilet suite's
as older style pans don't match up with never models

Jan 04, 2009 | Home

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