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Old 11-24-2010, 11:39 AM   #1
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Lectrasan flush times

We have an old Lectrasan EC model running on 24V. A couple of years ago I replaced the anodes (more $$$ that a whole new 12V system!) and it generally works very well.

The flush cycle duration (electric toilet, single button operation) is inconsistent. Sometimes it runs for too long. This means that some untreated sewage is pushed into the second chamber or possibly, even over the side. Othertimes the flush cycle is too short, which doesn't really matter since it still empties the bowl.

I have looked at the circuit diagram but can't figure out how to set this parameter. The batteries are always in a good state of charge > 75%
Any ideas please?
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Old 12-01-2010, 12:54 PM   #2
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RE: Lectrasan flush times

Mine is the older one as well but in 12V. I've had problems with mine in the past and have just called the manufacturer directly. They were very helpfull, no charge and being that they designed an built the thing I knew they had the best answers.
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