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Royal Flush

Instructions

Installation

The installation of The Water Saver™ is very simple. It’s compatible with almost all existing toilet bowl configurations, and the best thing is, no extra plumbing is required!

Components

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drawing for The Water Saver™


Cistern Installation

Align the height of the rear wall with the cistern waste water outlet. Firmly insert the cistern.

The rear wall mount fits into a slot. Temporarily fit the mount, fit the cistern into it and adjust the moung until level. Check your work and fix the mount properly before finally fitting the cistern.

Note: Ensure that the cistern waste water outlet and toilet water inlet are firmly inserted. An improperly inserted inlet or outlet may become a source of leaks.

Fitting connection pipe and lid for hand wash unit

  1. Fit the connection pipe to the ball-inlet driver.
  2. Place the lid of the hand wash unit on the cistern

Note: Ensure that the cistern waste water outlet and toilet water inlet are firmly inserted. An improperly inserted inlet or outlet may become a source of leaks.


Adjustments

Make the following adjustments to ensure that if the inlet valve fails to stop the water, water will not overflow from the cistern.

Adjusting volume of water flow

Turn off the tap. Lift the lid of the hand wash unit. Ensure water does not spurt out of the water discharge outlet. Hold the float down fully and gradually turn the tap on. In this position, adjust the aperture of the tap so that the water surface does not rise more than 10mm above the overflow pipe.

 

Adjusting water level

After having adjusted the tap aperture and with water in the sictern, make the following adjustments where the 'at rest' level of the water in the cistern just touches the letters W.L. (standard water level) displayed on the overflow pipe.

Twisting the float to the left will loosen the screw, making it possible to lift the float up and down, which will also cause the water level to rise and fall.

After having made the adjustment, twies the float to the right to tighten. (Do not close it too tightly, or damage may result).

Checking for leaks

Operate the flush handle to repeatedly flush the interior of the bowl and check that there are no leaks in any of the connections. At the sames time, to ensure that all the metal parts inside the cistern are operating properly, open and close the float valve, check the action of the inlet valve, and check that the flush handle returns fully to the position.

Place six sheets of toilet paper into the toilet bowl and check that they are flushed down the toilet in a single flush. Check and adjust the internal fittings. Shorten or lengthen the control chain.

Note: Inspection for leaks from the waste water connectors may be ineffective without repeated flushing.

 


Operation

After finish installing The Water Saver™, simply go to your toilet and flush and wash your hands at the same time. You are successfully starting to save water with The Water Saver™.

 


Frequently Asked Questions

Handy hints for installing The Water Saver™...

Inlet joint fixing
Q: In my toilet, the inlet comes out from the bottom of my cistern.
What can I do to join The Water Saver™'s inlet valve?

A:
Royal Flush™ recommends that you to purchase a flexible tube from
your closest hardware store or plumber.

Q: In my toilet, the inlet comes out from the right hand side of my
cistern. However, in the picture of The Water Saver™ has inlet valve
only left hand-side. To install The Water Saver™ in my toilet, can I
swap the inlet valve from left to right?

A: Yes, you can change the inlet side to position The Water Saver™'s
inlet valve from left to right*. However, you can not swap the side of
operation lever, only the inlet valve.

*Please-Note: This operation is not under Royal Flush™'s
responsibility. Royal Flush™ will not take any responsibility for leaks
or damage.