Replacement Part for Push Button Cistern - What is the Arm Part Called?
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plumbingnovice
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Replacement Part for Push Button Cistern - What is the Arm Part Called?

by plumbingnovice » Tue Jan 13, 2015 7:52 pm

Hi - I'm a total novice but thought someone might be able to help. The push button flushing mechanism on our cistern is broken. The flushing still works, but you have to lift the tank lid and manually press the flushing valve down, which is an upright white piece of plastic tubing. The piece that has broken is a white plastic armature that extends from this valve to the push button located externally on the cistern. What is this arm called? I'm sure it cost about £.80 at screwfix but I am trawling the internet looking at parts and have no idea what it's called!

Thanks in advance for help.

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Re: Replacement Part for Push Button Cistern - What is the Arm Part Called?

by thedoctor » Mon Mar 09, 2015 2:34 pm

I think you are taking about the trip lever

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