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Discuss Geberit 60mm outlet cistern seal help in the Sanitary Ware area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.

  1. Ajack248

    Ajack248 New Member

    Hi All, I recently moved into a new house and noticed that there was a large amount of rust in between the toilet and the tank so it was only a matter of time before the toilet would start leaking. The toilet has a dual button flush system manufactured by Geberit. I removed the tank and measured the outelt which was 60mm and off i went to Screwfix and toolstation however both stores only suppied kits suitable for 1.5-2inch outlet which i guess is the standard (trust me to have a larger non standard type.). I was wondering if anyone could help me source the close coupling kit that would come with both the doughnut seal and the pressure plate? I have attached some pics which show the dimensions of the current equipment.

    Any help would be appreciated immensely otherwise it's a new toilet lol.
     

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    Last edited: Jun 26, 2016
  2. rpm

    rpm Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

  3. Ajack248

    Ajack248 New Member

    Thanks rpm.

    Being a novice I am not 100% sure if i have the correct kit picture attached. It says its 2inch in the title but the plate has a 60mm hole which should fit around my outlet and then hopefully the seal would fit. As you will see from the picture though the seal currently installed is approx 70mm internal diamter and with that kit saying 2inch it makes me think its not correct??
     

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  4. Ajack248

    Ajack248 New Member

    I may have to but the kit for the plate with 60m hole and then this seal on top i guess??
     

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  5. rpm

    rpm Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    The site was to help you get started and 2" is 2"BSP (British pipe size) which measures 2.347 o/d. Don`t forget the thickness of the washer and either rubber or foam.
     
  6. Ajack248

    Ajack248 New Member

    Thanks so 2 inch BSP will likely fit but the seal the kit comes with is foam and current installed is rubber so I'm guessing it's just best to order both parts anyway (considering rubber seal is £2)
     
  7. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    yes and if your stuck you could always file the plate if its a mm or two out