Question about Saniflo Saniplus Macerating Pump
I believe you have a problem with a leak. The pump is filling back up. See is the water is leaking out somewhere. Hopefully, you don't have a leak under the house. The water coming into the pump is going somewhere when it comes on.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Either the water cannot be pumped away due to a blockage in the pipe OR the membrane is covered in limescale and no longer operates as it should, try soaking it in a descaler and cold water for 24hrs but it may take 3-4 attempts.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
if the pump operates then the pump is ok. if the pump switches on for "no reason", this indicates that the saniflo unit is filling slowly with water. as you have a saniplus, then you probably have a handbasin and bath / shower connected to it. If the taps / valves drip, or the wc cistern "leaks" into the bowl then these could be the sources.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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