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A fairly easy ( but messy ) fix - get a replacement tank to bowl gasket and bolt kit, shut off water supply, drain tank, remove bolts ( you might have to cut, depending on your water source and minerals in your water). Remove old gasket and clean surface with 00 grade steel wool. Replace gasket, install new bolts, remount tank.
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Duravit Tribeca... | Answered on Nov 17, 2010


if you can see the water running in the bowl it's a good chance that the flappers warn http://www.aplumbers.com/residential/toilet
1. tank the tank lid off.2. flush the rubber thing that comes up and allows the water to go to the bowl is the flapper 3. remove 4. replace that should fix it.
problem 2
1. tank tank lid off.2. if the waters flowing over the long tube in the center and down then the water level is too high3. adjust the level either it will have a ball **** or a float in either case   a ball **** adjusts by a screw on the fill valve. the float has a either a metal rod w/ a pinch clamp or a plastic long screw type thing.4. adjust water level .5. barely lift handle to allow a little water out til fill valve kicks on then release handle til valve stops .6. just keep re adjusting til you get the water level right there should be a molded in line for the level on the back of the tank.

Duravit Tribeca... | Answered on Nov 17, 2010


Hd supply will have exploded view of tank check on line

Duravit... | Answered on Nov 06, 2010


no.

Duravit... | Answered on Oct 30, 2010


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Duravit D19051 -... | Answered on Sep 05, 2010


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Duravit Starck 3... | Answered on Sep 05, 2010


Unfortunately you won't find a universal replacement part to work with this seat which you would commonly find at your local hardware store. I've looked through the Durovit site and could not find a parts catalog. Try using the find retailer option on the manufacturers site and if there isn't a retailer in your area contact the manufacturer directly to see if they supply parts for their seats. I'm guessing they don't and you would likely have to purchase a new seat.

http://www.duravit.com/service/find-a-retailer-useo6suuk8.html
Duravit USA, Inc.
2205 Northmont Parkway
Suite 200
Duluth, GA 30096
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Duravit... | Answered on Aug 02, 2010


maybe your fill valve need adjusting, or replacing, or the flush valve is bad your question is a little broad so it is hard to pinpoint

Duravit... | Answered on Jun 29, 2010


No other pieces are available but yes you can get a similar type of different material plastic pipes from professional hardware shop.They deals in this plastic piper.
Also if you get bigger pipe from required size then you can get the extra size cut from local plumbers who mostly deals in this types of jobs.
thanks.

Duravit... | Answered on Jun 07, 2010


I would recommend calling Duravit USA at 1-770-931-3575 as a starting point. After some Q&A they should be able to help you get in touch with the nearest supplier to you so that the part can be ordered. Many manugacturers wil not work directly with the retail public. Also many of them require minimum purchases from their vendors. Y might be required to prepay s&h up front to expedite your item. Sometimes even that is not allowed.

Duravit... | Answered on May 29, 2010


I don't know if it is illegal or not but it is down right wrong. I would not tear out a toilet on a friday and leave somebody without one. It would be like tearing the roof off and going home for the weekend. You don't do it. I would go out in the yard, get the old toilet back in there and hook it back up. then back charge him for your time and labor. Then tell him the building inspector came by and took all his info. He said he'd be in touch.

Duravit... | Answered on May 22, 2010


i think you have a snake in your bathroom lol

Duravit Starck 3... | Answered on Apr 26, 2010


The piece you are referring to is the water inlet to the tank. go to your local hardware store and buy a new one. It installs on the bottom of the tank. Use an adjustable wrench. Nothing on the toilet needs to be extremely tight. In fact after you put the was ring on the bottom of the toilet. Drop in the closet flange bolts in the closet flange (brass bolts with a t on one end) do not tighten them extremely tight the toilet will break.

Duravit... | Answered on Mar 26, 2010


You need an open end wrench or socket I believe 9/16 is the size

Duravit Darling... | Answered on Nov 15, 2009


I too have had this problem. No matter how i change the settings ..sooner or later the toilet starts to flow continually getting worse and worse. I have had plummers and friends etc see if they can make it stop and it is no better. I am very disapointed with it and will never ever buy Duravit again. I tried contacting them for help and got nowhere. Bad design. Waste of money.. I should have stuck with the old ball-**** system at B&Q.

Duravit... | Answered on Nov 03, 2009


I'm going to just take a wild guess here based on what you said. I have never worked on one of these so bare with me. Your description is good and I think you have some sort of an air lock. I really think that if you just keep fussing with it, it will start working. Check the water inlet as best you can and keep trying to flush and see what happens.

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Duravit 1930... | Answered on Oct 17, 2009


Buy a dowel pin the size of the hole in the cabnet then use carpenters glue to glue the dowel pin in place where the old hole was make sure it is a good tight fit. Next saw off the dowel pin and let set over night then drill a strating hole in the dowel pin and reinstall the door works like a chanp. Hope this helps.

Duravit 6130... | Answered on Oct 02, 2009

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