High Level Cistern C5 Note: Note: 1: Inlet Valve 2: Flush Valve

High Level Cistern C5 Note: Note: 1: Inlet Valve 2: Flush Valve
High Level Cistern
1: Inlet Valve
C5
2: Flush Valve
Half flush float
Should be set on the "2"
mark
5
4
3
2
75mm
Note:
The Inlet Valve can be adjusted to suit the
High Level Cistern - C5.
The valve is preset for 6L full flush and 3L
half flush.
The above diagram indicates the correct setting
for 4.5L full flush and 2.6L half flush.
For adjustment method, please refer to the
installation instruction supplied with the cistern
fittings.
Full flush adjustor
Half flush adjustor
Should be set on
the "1.75" mark
Should be set on
the "2.25" mark
Note:
The Flush Valve can be adjusted to suit the High Level Cistern - C5.
The valve is preset for 6L full flush and 3L half flush.
The above diagram indicates the correct setting for 4.5L full flush and 2.6L half flush.
For adjustment method, please refer to the installation instruction supplied with the cistern fittings.
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A
High Level WC
All WC’s come with a 3/6 litre flush as standard which can be reduced to a 2.5/4.5 litre flush for the slimline cisterns
On the High Level WC you must lightly pull the rod down for the 6 litre flush and lightly push the rod up for the 3 litre flush
Please note that it is imperative that there are no loops or kinks in the yellow tube when installed and that the lever is not
operated with excessive force as this will damage the cable inside the tube that lifts and lowers the flush valve causing the
flush to fail beyond repair
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High Level WC
Parts supplied:
Flush
Cone
● Please read these instructions carefully to avoid damage
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to the valves, and to ensure correct installation.
● Do not use bleach or bleach based cleaning products in
Plastic
Washer
Lever
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the cistern, as these will cause damage to the seals.
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We cannot be held responsible or liable for any failure
Cone
Washer
which results from the use of bleach based products.
● Water temperature range +2C to +45C.
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Inlet Valve
Flush Valve
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● Water pressure 0.2 to 8 bar.
Fixing
Nut
Cover
1x
1x
1: Inlet Valve installation and adjustment settings
Rubber
washer
1
Nut
Nut
2
Inlet Valve
Plastic
washer
Plastic
washer
Rubber
washer
Cistern
2-5
C
4
Water
supply
Adjustment the rod:
A: By adjusting clockwise the
water level rises and flush
volume increases.
B: By adjusting anti-clockwise
the water level falls and the
flush volume decreases.
60mm
3
Stop Float
Adjustment
Rod
Note:
To ensure the full flushing volume of 6.0 litres, and the half flushing
volume of 3.0 litres. We suggest you adjust the height from top of the
adjustment rod to the stop float to be 60mm.
Tighten the nut, connect the water supply to the cistern.
2: Filter cleaning (Please clean periodically)
2
1
4
3
Inlet valve
Filter
Inlet valve
Filter
Water
supply
Filter
Turn off the water supply, screw off the water supply pipe. Pull out the filter from the Inlet valve.
Clean by rinsing the filter.
Reinstall the filter and the water supply pipe.
3: Inlet Valve trouble shooting
Problem
Incorrect water level
Inlet Valve does not work
Leakage
Reason
Solution
Incorrect adjustment.
Adjust the Water
. level correctly as per diagram above.
Water supply is closed.
Open the water supply
The filter is blocked.
Clean the filter.
The Stop Float has been over adjusted beyond its operational range.
Adjust the adjustment rod.
The Inlet Valve fixing nut has not been tightened.
Tighten the nut.
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Flush Valve Installation And Problem Solving
1: Flush Valve scale and adjustment setting
Note: The Flush Valve could be adjusted to reach a full flushing volume of 6.0 litres, and a half flushing volume of 3.0 litres.
Please see below diagram A for the recommended settings and adjust method for the flush valve.
A
Half flush float
1
2
1 Move float down, flush volume increases.
3
Move float up, flush volume decreases.
1 Half Flush Float : should be set on the 4.5 mark
2 Half Flush Adjustor : should be set at '1' mark
Full flush adjustor
Half flush adjustor
2 Move adjustor down, flush volume increases.
3 Full Flush Adjustor : should be set on the '2.5' mark
Move float up, flush volume decreases.
3 Move adjustor down, flush volume increases.
Move float up, flush volume decreases.
2: Flush Valve installation
2
1
Flush Valve
Body
Flush Valve
Seat
Flush
Valve
Brass
nut
Fixing nut
Screw off the fixing nut and discard.
4
3
Cistern
Cistern
Fix the flush valve body onto the flush valve seat.
Use the brass nut from High Level Flush Pipe
Kit to fix the Flush Valve onto the cistern.
3: Flush Valve trouble shooting
Problem
Leakage
No flush, low flush or half flush volume
Half flush water level is too high or too low.
Reason
Solution
1.Incorrect installation.
2.Flush valve seat does not fit flush valve body.
3.Flush valve body is stuck.
1.Install again according to the correct installation procedure.
2.Install again.
3.Disconnet and wash flush valve body.
Cable is distorted.
Water level is adjusted incorrectly.
Remove kinks or sharp bends in the cable.
Adjust water level.
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Flush Lever Installation
1: Install Flush Lever Onto Cistern
Flush
Lever Box
Fixing Nut
Pull
Plastic Washer
Rubber
Washer
Cistern Lever
Hole
B Direction
* The fixing nut should be
tightened as much as
possible to avoid the
cistern lever working
loose during operation.
Slot In The
Thread
Nut
Lever
B
Anti-rotation
Washer
* With the lever facing outward and the slot on the
thread facing upwards, fix the lever to cistern.
Cistern
2: Install Lever To Flush Lever box
1
2
Insert the box and
tighten the nut.
* Make sure the cable is not
distorted or kinked.
* Raise the lever so that
it fits into the flush box
in the correct position.
* The inlet valve can be installed on either side of the cistern,
and a cap is supplied to cover the spare inlet hole.
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