Which Geberit system do I have?

Identifying it is a Geberit Cistern Geberit usually put their name on the bottom right hand side of the push plate. Older models don’t have the geberit name labelled on it so you will need to unclip the push button to see behind the Cistern push plate and their should Geberit stickers on the back of the cistern tank.

Which Geberit system do I have?

Identifying it is a Geberit Cistern Geberit usually put their name on the bottom right hand side of the push plate. Older models don’t have the geberit name labelled on it so you will need to unclip the push button to see behind the Cistern push plate and their should Geberit stickers on the back of the cistern tank.

Are toilet syphon universal?

They really actually all do the same job but operate slightly different. Most toilets are the same so it is just the mechanism’s that are different. The part of the toilet that stores the water is called the cistern and these will have in generally a 2” opening at the bottom to which the 1 ½” siphon sits into.

How do I know what size toilet syphon I need?

Another common question we regularly get asked is “what size Syphon do I need to order?” Most Syphons range in size from 7.5″ up to 10.5″ in height, for the Macdee range of Siphons you measure up from the bottom of the bell housing, to the lip of the top cap, where the two plastics join.

How do you open a sealed toilet cistern?

Here’s how to access a concealed toilet cistern:

  1. Locate the toilet cistern’s push button.
  2. Slightly lift the cover plate and remove it.
  3. Carefully remove the flushing rods located at the centre of the concealed cistern frame.
  4. Unfasten any plastic bolts manually to release the frame.

How does Geberit dual-flush work?

Geberit dual-flush plates feature a visual cue so that everyone approaching the system knows instantly how to use it: press the small button to flush liquids and the large button to flush solids. It’s intuitive, but it also happens to save thousands of gallons of water every year.

What size is a cistern syphon?

Most Syphons range in size from 7.5″ up to 10.5″ in height, for the Macdee range of Siphons you measure up from the bottom of the bell housing, to the lip of the top cap, where the two plastics join.

Can you repair a toilet syphon?

Replacing your own toilet syphon is quite simple if you’re comfortable getting your hands a little dirty with a bit of DIY. What you’ll need: Correct replacement toilet syphon part/parts ( you could simply replace the diaphragm of the old syphon if that’s all that’s damaged)

How long does it take to replace a toilet syphon?

When replacing a toilet syphon, how long does this take. To fix your toilet syphon problems, as long as the screw or bolts are not rusted and the water isn’t blue, then it should take no longer than 1-hour. If the water is blue then there may need some extra care, which may take an extra half an hour.

How long does it take to change a toilet syphon?

between one to two hours
You can expect a replacement to take between one to two hours depending on the complexity.

Why is my cistern not filling up?

The root of your toilet cistern not filling correctly may lie with low water pressure. If this is the issue, this is just a mild inconvenience to handle. This typically occurs when your old toilet pipes are rust, or the pipes are leaking, preventing enough water from flowing into the cistern.

Are Geberit cisterns any good?

They are known for their reliability, as every cistern is leak-tested before it is delivered. The 25-year guaranteed spare parts availability provides long-term security. The flush volume of the Geberit Sigma concealed cistern 12 cm can be limited to 4.5 litres.

What is the flush volume of the Geberit Sigma Concealed cistern?

The flush volume of the Geberit Sigma concealed cistern 12 cm can be limited to 4.5 litres. It’s therefore exemplary in terms of water consumption and has achieved consistently high scores on the Water Efficiency Label.

What is a Geberit toilet system?

Geberit toilet systems: simple, reliable, beautiful Geberit in-wall flush toilet systems for wall-hung toilets are the classics of modern bathroom design, installed over a million times around the world for more than 50 years. Geberit reliability is legendary.

Where can I buy a Geberit fill valve and flush valve?

Suitable Geberit fill valves and flush valves for most cisterns can be found at your local plumbing equipment suppliers. Find out about replacing the Geberit filling valve and flush valve system.