Saniflo Saniplus Macerating Pump - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Sure hope you got that fixed. If not you can try to make the rubber more flexible with heat, either a towel/rag soaked in hot water and then applied to it for a few minutes or a hair dryer on low blowing on it for a few minutes (be careful you don't burn the rubber).

Saniflo Saniplus... | Answered on Oct 07, 2012 | 85 views


Your description sounds like plumbing from before bacteria was discovered. The output from a Saniflo macerator should be sent to a foul drain or cesspit and not a rainwater drain.

Some authorities allow local rainwater runoff into foul drains but this situation is gradually being designed out.

Could be your Saniflo installation didn't meet building regulations when it was installed. The fact it has been working fine for 2 years doesn't count for anything if it doesn't.

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Feb 03, 2018 | 118 views


I experienced this exact same issue last month. I didn't think much of it, but decided to have our residential plumber come and look at it. It turned out that our water was running constantly and that it had to be turned down some. It was a very simple fix. Now, I am not sure whether or not that is your exact issue, but you might want to adjust the levels that your water runs at. There should be a knob behind your toilet that you can twist and turn to do that. However, if that doesn't work you might have to snake it to see if there is anything wrong going on in the pipes. Plumbing Mechanical Residential

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Jan 04, 2016 | 438 views


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Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Jul 14, 2015 | 653 views


Sorry but they give you 8" for a reason, they did the testing etc. You might get by at 5" but that will probably just get by and limit the service life.

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Nov 27, 2014 | 116 views


The "tank level" switch is stuck on. You may be able to clear it by cleaning the system/pump with a water hose (outside of course) so you will have to take the system apart then give it a good cleaning. May not help but at least you will have tried.

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Oct 07, 2012 | 288 views


There is a product called Wham that works very well for this appplication.You will probably have to go to a plumbing supply outlet to find it. Just follow directions on container after you have the system clean and use monthly. It also helps with odor control. Hope this helps you. Thanks.

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Mar 02, 2011 | 684 views


The sound you are hearing is the check valve.
Usually this valve is just above the pump.
It's nothing to be concerned about, it's a normal
noise, or it's the nature of the beast.

All my best to you.

LeRoy

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Nov 10, 2010 | 249 views


need more info

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Mar 29, 2010 | 263 views


First possible cause which comes to mind is a failing motor bearing. Try lubricatng the bearing and see if the noise changes.

Second could be the impeller breaking apart.

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Mar 24, 2010 | 221 views


sounds like the pump is jamed with toilet paper or wipes.
You will have to take out the pump to un block it

Saniflo Plumbing | Answered on Aug 23, 2009 | 443 views


so acquire the instructions from moen and get it done right

Plumbing | Answered 2 days ago | 13 views


Every 2-3 weeks, someone or something clogs it.

Plumbing | Answered on Jan 09, 2021 | 17 views


It most likely needs to be primed. Check the owner's manual for instructions.

Plumbing | Answered on Dec 28, 2020 | 15 views


When you next get the smell, check the traps to see if there is enough water in there to fill the trap, if one is less then it looks like water is getting sucked out when toilet is flushed or that trap (usually bath or shower) hasn't had water going in (lack of use) and water has partially evaporated.

Plumbing | Answered on Dec 22, 2020 | 429 views


yea the one you are about to spam us with

Plumbing | Answered on Dec 17, 2020 | 14 views


yes it can if you have hooked it up correctly and as to your additional info ?? and if trying to get more pressure is your cut in and cut iut or the pressure switch set correctly if not all the pumps in the world not going to give you more pressure and if well lines are plugging with debris the same problem

Plumbing | Answered on Dec 14, 2020 | 88 views


The handle and base of a kitchen fixture can work free after some time. A free fixture handle can meddle with the capacity of the spigot to turn on and off proficiently. Then again, a free base can move openly and cause the water lines providing the spigot to burst, causing a break. Fixing either of the two parts will incredibly diminish the aggravation related to a free kitchen spigot.

Eliminate any items in the sink bureau that meddle with your capacity to arrive at the two inventory valves situated at the rear of the bureau. Turn every valve clockwise to kill the stockpile of water to the fixture.

Inspect the fixture handle. You will either discover a setscrew with a recessed hex head at the handle base or beautiful covers snapped on the highest point of the handle or handles. You can also choose a residential plumbing Edmonton to solve your problem.

Plumbing | Answered on Dec 11, 2020 | 899 views

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