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Do you know that a malfunctioning flusher can spend as much as 150 liters of water a day without being used? Multiply this with 365 days in the year and you will get a startling result. People don’t think about malfunctioning flusher repair because they don’t consider this to be an important problem, but this is definitely something that should be repaired as soon as possible, and luckily for you, we are a plumbing company that is available for all types of plumbing repairs, including emergency plumbing Wandsworth.

Flusher service is actually quite simple and doesn’t cost much. Let us explain how a flusher works. No matter how high or low it is positioned in comparison to a toilet, all of them work on the same principle. A flusher has a container with water for toilet flushing.A flusher has the following elements:the float, shut-off valve, spout, and bell that regulates water flushing. When the container is empty, the float is on the bottom and the lever will open the entry of water from the plumbing in the flusher. When we flush, the bell will raise, the cap on the bottom will raise and the water will go into the toilet and flush. At the same time, a small amount of water will enter the bell and will prevent its closing so that all water from the container can flush the toilet.

The most common problems with the flusher are worn seals on the bell, limestone build-up on the seals, a worn seal on the intake valve or obstruction of the float.
All these problems are removed after the water flow is closed. Then the attachment pipe from the angle valve to the float is removed, the float and spout are taken out to be cleaned of limestone and then put back. It is also recommended to change the cap on the spout.
We are available around the clock to perform this repair along with all other emergency plumbing Wandsworth repairs.

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