Toilets Questions & Answers

I have a Caroma Dual Flush Cistern, the hole in the top is 17cm by 4.5cm. Which cistern outlet valve do I need?

When choosing a new outlet valve, the button location is the most important part. Toilets usually work by having rods beneath the buttons, which must press the correct paddles on the outlet valve. If your button is positioned in the middle of the lid, our Endura outlet valve or the Duro outlet valve should be suitable. If the buttons are to the front of the cistern, the Thunderflush should be suitable. Remember to check the height and width of your cistern to ensure that the new valve would fit. It can be helpful to take the old valve into a store to ask for advice, and to check that your new valve will fit correctly. We have a range of cistern outlet valves.


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