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Marek Kriwald Asked :I hope you can help me. My bathroom was rebuilt 10 years ago and a Geberit Pneumatic Operated Concealed Flush Cistern was built in. Unfortunately, it is so "built in" that I can't see any way of replacing the seals on the flush pipe. They started to leak a few days ago. It is a very slow leak at present. Is there a way of fixing it without having to remove the flush pipe? I realise that any other way, may be considered to be somewhere between a short cut and a bodge, but I am very keen to avoid removing tiles, boards and framework around the cistern. The only useful access is to the point underneath the cistern where the flush pipe comes out. Is ther any point in trying to squirt some kind of sealing compound around the pipe? If so, is there a particular type? Many thanks, Marek
Answered By QS Team :
Please can you confirm which cistern you have ? – There will be a number stamped on the back of the inside wall of the cistern. For example 109.720.00.1 From your description below I believe that you have the low height furniture cistern. We contacted Geberit on your behalf and they asked you to call at 01926 516800 option 3, ideally when you are next to the cistern because they will need to go through some checks with you to try and resolve this.
Neil Crummack Asked :I have a concealed cistern [I think 109.720.00.1] which appears to have a leak at the point where the outlet pipe to the toilet joins the actual cistern this causes the tank to drip onto the floor underneath the tank. All of the pictures seem to show the tank and outlet pipe as one unit. can you tell me if it is possible to replace the joint seal and or the L shaped pipe, if so, please, could you let me have the part number(s)?
Answered By QS Team :
We have a spare part technical pdf file for this product, which you can download from the technical tab, or you can download the pdf file directly from this url: https://images.alt.qssupplies.co.uk/2016-11-23--12-59-50-215.pdf
Sy Liu Asked :Ref. Geberit Pneumatic Operated Concealed Dual Flush Cistern - 109.720.00.1 QS-V39532 The water is leaking from the bottom centre hole of the cistern where the flush pipe is connected. How can I fix the leak?
Answered By Hasmukh :
Hi well make sure the pipe is gone in square 90 deg without any pressure, otherwise the sealing ring at top will not sit properly against the taper on the cistern and leak.Also make sure you have not cut the pipe to short.