Thanks in advance
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the cable or the dump seal are the things that tend to go on these. cleaning them of limescale or poping any blisters in the rubber make the seal last longer, but having a replacement to hand saves stripping the toilet to bits to fit another brand,Ahr35181 wrote: ↑December 31st, 2019, 3:56 pmRedshaw,
Thanks for your reply. It was just the seal that needed changing, which I replaced with a Fluidmaster seal from screwfix for now... https://www.screwfix.com/p/fluidmaster- ... tid=354159
I believe all my toilets use the same parts, where could I purchase the multiquick B228 from? I googled but struggling to source?
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