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PostPosted: Sat Jul 07, 2007 4:11 pm 
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We cannot get the top off our dual flush Ideal Standard toilet, the float needs adjusting as it is continually refilling but we cannot get the top off to fix it. Have tried twisting the dual flush buttons but with no sucess, please can you help?


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Silly me as I am new to this forum, it actually has been mentioned in the topics section, I shall read everything carefully next time.

Hope I can get it sorted.

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Ideal Standard were inundated with customers unable to remove the cistern lid so they have changed the flushing button so that the cistern lid simply lifts off.


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Sorry that was my fault :oops:

I answered that post and did not realise that it was not in the bathroom section. I have moved the post now and it can be found here- http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/forum ... t3000.html

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ultimatehandyman wrote:
Sorry that was my fault :oops:

I answered that post and did not realise that it was not in the bathroom section. I have moved the post now and it can be found here- http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/forum ... t3000.html


Thanks to your help I have got the lid off. Yippee :thumbright:
You have describe it exactly how it should be done !!!
So any one out there need to solve the problem like me, click on the link above.

Once again thank you.


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