Sloan Flushometer

Discussion in 'Toilet Forum discussions' started by canton, Jan 31, 2006.

  1. canton

    canton Plumber

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    I just installed a Sloan Flushometer model #1111 on a floor mounted toilet. It was a 1" feed coming out of the wall, my only problem is that the tailpiece which connects to the spud seems a little insecure, and I tightened it down pretty hard. My question is has anyone else experienced this problem with these flushometers?
     
  2. plumber1

    plumber1 Plumber

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    That 1" supply nipple should be anchored really well inside the wall.

    Does the tail piece fit deep into the spud?

    I think if you get a lot of movement it's because it's loose at the supply side.
     
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  4. canton

    canton Plumber

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    Sloan valve

    As far as I can remember I pushed the the tailpiece down inside the spud as far as it can go. However I did not secure the 1" line, it seemed to be secure enough. It (1" line) was only going about a foot before it 90'd off and was secured after that. I still think that the owner should put a automatic sensor on this sloan valve, because people will continue to use their foot to flush. Unfortunately the automatic sensor cost $300.00.
     
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    plumber1 Plumber

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    I agree with that. People can be rough on Sloan valves...........
     
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