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Hi all.
Please can you identify the attached flush valve, as hopefully I would to purchase and drop into the original cradle rather that removing the whole cistern.
Thanks for your help
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Difficult to tell from that angle but my best guess is Derwent Macdee Kayla DVA0100. If you twist it anticlockwise and remove the valve, you can compare it to the picture here. I'm only going my the slope on the top of the valve and the shape of small flush button.

If that's the right one, Toolstation sell them for £9.94. https://www.toolstation.com/macdee-dual ... lve/p86454
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Chrrrrs
Thanks for your help, item ordered for collection tomorrow.
I've just added a new one under a new topic, if you can be as helpful then that would be great.
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No chance. Try an image search for "flush valves" and click on the on the ones that look similar to what you have until you find the right one - that's what I did for the above valve.This is about how to use google, rather than a plumbing question!
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