Does your Saniflo Macerator have start stop problems?
You most probably need a new rubber Saniflo membrane or known as diaphragms, the symptoms are delayed starting, delayed stopping after pumping out the water, running intermittently or turning on and off when it feels like it.
If your Saniflo Macerator has never been de-scaled your macerator is probably full of limescale if you live in a hard water area. The limescale forms all over the rubber membrane and stops it being flexible enough for the microswitch inside the control box to be turned on and off when required to do so.
Other reasons for your Saniflo Macerator to have start stop problems is due to excessive toilet cleaner use, after a period of time the toilet cleaning chemicals attack the rubber Saniflo membrane and it shrinks, making it tough and inflexible, the Saniflo may switch on and take a long time to switch off or start intermittently as if it has a mind of it’s own.
We recommend changing the microswitch as well as the membrane as you will notice a vast improvement when your Saniflo is in operation.
We can supply a new membrane and have it delivered within a couple of days.
Cost of Saniflo Membrane From £22.99 plus delivery.
Please make sure you order the correct parts, if you are unsure, please email us for help.
We do not accept correctly supplied membranes for return, refund or exchange.
All items are tested before dispatch and cannot be accepted back for refunds.
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