Saniplus parts?

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  1. devs

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    Hi all my saniplus has given up the ghost and I've already gone though the pain barrier and cleaned it out to try and fix. So rather than throw £400 hard earned pounds at it I wondered if anyone knew where I could buy replacement parts from?

    Many thanks in advance,

    Devs
     
  2. Agile

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    As far as I know the easiest is from the manufacturers.

    Parts Cente might be able to order them or even keep a few in stock somewhere else.
     
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    Thanks Agile, I'll give them a call and see how I get on..

    Saniflo tel. (UK) 01189 821345 (for completeness of thread.)

    Does anyone know where I can find an exploded diagram of a Saniplus. The fault was a humming motor with no immediately apparent blockage then silence.

    Since I've had it removed I've wired a plug and tried to test via moving the floats but nothing. I trust that this would normally trigger the motor?

    Would the humming then silence normally indicate a capacitor failure??

    Cheers,

    Devs.
     
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    When you ring Saniflo, ask them. Their technical support department are very helpful whenever I've rung them.
     
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    I think those motors use a capacitor to shift the phase.

    It could have gone open circuit or blown an internal fuse.

    You could measure it.

    You can also call them on 0208 842 0033.

    Tony
     

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