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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok the toilets work is that the tank reservoir is where your fresh water....is stored....and the flush valve...(if you take the tank lid off you will see that the handle is either connected to a chain or uses a lever to lift something called a flapper....it is usually black but it can be gray..or blue...also there is a flash valve that is a long tube and a round bottom with a rubber gasket...that seals the flush water into the tank...reventing it from entering the bowl.......when you lift the handle water dumps from the tank...into a s-shape tunnel called a trap...(this is in place to prevent sewer gases from entering the house the water sits in the bottom of the trap acting as a seal against smells...gas...etc...from the sewer line....Now your tank is mounted to the bowl by (2 or 3) bolts that you can see and access from inside the tank...however the person doing this will have to also reach under the toilet where the tank mounts to the bowl and hold a pair of pliers or a crescent wrench on the nuts which hold the tank in place.....after these are removed...the tank will lift off of the bowl.(now obviously the water has to be shut off and be disconnected from the tank....when the tank is lifted ...a small amount of water may spill out ...but it is clean water...so no worries....since the tank and the bowl are made of porcelain they obviously would not seal just sitting on top of each other so the tank...has the bottom part of the flush assembly which is mounted to the tank by way of a large plastic nut extends out of the bottom opf the tank 2-3 inches......around this is another black or gray about 3-5 inches in diameter...and costs less than $5 at Home Depot.....change this out, reassemble and your back in business. Be advised that the flapper in the bottom of the tank...if you ever have to change it out and the tank gasket you are going to change out (after a long period of use or just time and deterioration)...leave black residue on your hands...if you handle them...but it is safe and easily washed off...it just may freak.. a layperson out....so one may want to use some gloves they can toss afterwards....Any other questions....and I can absolutely answer them in regards to toilets...as i have repaired and or replaced 2500 - 3000 in my 35 years in the apt/home maintenance industry.
I hope this helps.....thank you for rating my effort...and good luck....tha Fang.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Saeco use the same seal under the grey plastic ring on most of their coffee machines so it should be easy to find a replacement from any Saeco, Spidem or Gaggia service centre.
In most cases the seal isn't worn, it just isn't sitting right, so remove the grey cap (two flat screw drivers to lever from both sides at the same time helps) and reposition it. This is usually all that is needed if the problem is only intermittent.
Also check that there isn't anything sitting in recesses where the legs of the water container sit. It only takes a tiny bit of dirt to stop the container sitting in far enough to seal.
However, make sure the leak isn't coming from the container itself. Hold the container up with water in it and see if it drips. Check the the spring is clean.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
there is no green oil in washer ..ck/detergent/fabric softner bottle close for leaks oil leak would usually be brown or almost black in color ck around top edge of washer tub for deposits of softner/detergent
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
look closely how the water flows from the evaporator to the tank. does it goes first to the condenser ?..or is there a heating pipe that is touching the tank in order to heat the water for it to evaporate?
here's the set up, your ac would cool and absorb moisture in the air and becomes water in the evaporator. these water is sometimes used to cool the compressor or the condenser to help it run cooler and at the same time evaporates the un-needed water . but incase the water is so much then you have the tank to keep the water from spilling. sometimes they still put some hot pipes to further heat the water to evaporate.
check those pointers that i have mention.
in some case, the air in your place just got humid and wet that is why it has too many water condensation..
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
SOURCE: Toilet tank not filling
shut the water off to the toilet .Remove the toilet supply from the tank end.slowly turn the valve on to see if their is any water coming thru the supply.If water is coming thru the supply than you know you need to change the ballcock.This is the part in the tank where the water comes out of.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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