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Hello, Can anyone help me find the fuse for the toilet flushing pump on my Lunar Clubman CK (2011)? Their are two fuses in the toilet compartment at the back. One seems to be on the fill indicator circuit and the other is just a spare - not connected to anything at all. My toilet flushing pump has stopped working completely and the cassette  full level indicator is now on all the time. I have replaced the reed switch but to no avail. Can anyone help please?

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Since posting the above, I have replaced the circuit board under the buttons on the top of the tank. The flushing pump works but the tank full light is still on whenever the tank is in place - full or otherwise. The float in the tank seems to be working freely and the magnet is in place. I'm baffled by this. Can anyone help please?

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Did you replace the reed switch with a Normally Open or a Normally Closed unit?   

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14 minutes ago, Nicholas Brooker said:

Since posting the above, I have replaced the circuit board under the buttons on the top of the tank. The flushing pump works but the tank full light is still on whenever the tank is in place - full or otherwise. The float in the tank seems to be working freely and the magnet is in place. I'm baffled by this. Can anyone help please?

If the lamp illuminates when the cassette is inserted and extinguishes when it  is removed, then the switch would appear to be doing precisely what it should be doing.  

 

Open the cassette up and check that the float is fully free to drop to it’s lowest position (empty) and then, if that is ok, you’d have to suspect the switch itself.  Either the wrong one or defective (too sensitive).

 

I have changed all of these components more than once and never had a problem such as you describe.  Sometimes my cassette full lamp doesn’t extinguish until the slide is opened and closed after replacing the empty cassette.  After that it functions quite normally, illuminating at around three quarters full.

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