| Remove the battery compartment from the EZ Flush ™ with the supplied battery compartment key. Put the batteries in the drawer (note the position of the batteries in the drawer) and put the drawer back into the EZ Flush. Secure the compartment with the battery compartment key.
The automatic rinsing system is suitable for use in public areas with heavy traffic. It comes with four high-quality batteries that last up to three years and allow for over 60,000 rinses AND there’s no need to turn off the water when changing batteries.
Look for a flathead screwdriver on the left or right side of a manual or automatic flush counter. Turn the groove to stop the water flow and prevent the toilet from overflowing. Unscrew the top cover of a manual wire meter with a wrench and close the cover screw by hand.
When a user sits down to go to the toilet or stands in front of a urinal, the infrared sensor detects body heat. As soon as the user has finished and passed away, the infrared sensor detects the heat loss and activates the rinsing mechanism.
- EMPTY THE WC CONTAINER. Turn off the water at the stop valve and empty the tank by flushing the toilet.
- REMOVE THE TOILET TRAY. Remove the toilet tank and carefully place it upside down on an old towel or blanket.
- INSTALL A NEW WASH VALVE.
- INSTALL A NEW WASH VALVE.
- ASSEMBLE THE WC CONTAINER AND REPLACE THE DOOR.
The flush valve is controlled by a valve that creates an airtight seal so that the toilet can hold water until it is sucked in. The water inlet comes from the wall and is screwed into the tank, where it is controlled by a stop lever. During washing, the handle lifts a chain which opens the wash valve.
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A rinse can be activated by holding the palm of the hand against the sensor for a few seconds before removing it. Or put a piece of toilet paper over the sensor and remove it when you’re done.
Remove the filter rings from the membrane, rinse them under running water and reinsert them. Replace if necessary. Cause: The pressure relief valve or the diaphragm is damaged. Cause: The water-saving / conventional membrane holder is mounted on a low power device or a furniture membrane is mounted on the urinal appliance.
Turn off the water from the Sloan valve. The water is closed by first removing the cap covering a threaded cap with an adjustable wrench. The cap is located to the right or left of the cup with the valve. Tighten the screw under the cover with a screwdriver to shut off the water on the valve.
When the handle is pulled out, a piston in the handle unit presses against the bottom of the pressure relief valve. This pushes the pressure relief valve up and relieves the pressure. This causes the water in the rooms to flow through the valve and then into the toilet or urinal.
Dry urinals divert urine into a trap through a highway. This trap contains a less dense chemical than urine. As urine flows through this trap, the liquid displaces the urine, forcing it to sink into the trap.
- Turn off the tap.
- Flush the toilet to relieve pressure.
- Disconnect the water supply line from the supply pipe (A). (
- Examine the inlet grille and remove anything that could block the flow of water to the FLUSHMATE® tank.
- Reconnect the water supply line and fully open the water supply valve.