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Welcome to this guide to replacing the bottom entry fill valve in your toilet cistern. Below you will find step-by-step instructions, a video guide and a list of toilet manufacturers that this fully adjustable fill valve from FlushKING will fit. You will find that FlushKING products are simple to fit without tools, however you will need to have tools ready to remove the old valve from the toilet.
Here we are going to be looking at fitting or replacing a diaphragm type bottom inlet float or ball valve. It is called a bottom inlet valve because the water is let in from the bottom, older types are side entry valves. Here is the toilet cistern, the big red plastic vessel is the syphon, this is the part that sucks the water from the cistern and deposits it in the toilet pan, making it flush. Behind this is the inlet valve or ball valve.
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A replacement bottom entry float valve for your Roca toilet cistern also known as an inlet valve this part of the cistern governs the amount of water that your cistern holds, isolating the water when its at the correct height. If the water is still going through into your pan but no more water is going in the cistern it will be a faulty flush valve. See asscociated products. To save your cart for another time or print out, please click here to create account!