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Aquaroll bouncing float.


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Hi there again . We have a mains water connection to our Auaroll. As  water comes into the aquaroll  the float starts to bounce up and  down making the operation noisier. I seem to  remember that I had  a different  float  in the past which allowed water to enter upwards to the top of the aquaroll so it did not cause disturbance to the water.  Can anyone  shed any light on this and has anyone experienced this?  Cant remember where I got the older float-old age!! Thanks David.

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Silly question perhaps but have you tried reducing the mains pressure by closing the pitch tap slightly?

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Not a silly question because the site we have just returned from had amazing water pressure and the tap was full on!!! Thanks for the suggestion.

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Silly question, but have you got the float valve fitted upside down? 

Graham

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I don't think so because it works ok. Will check though.Thanks.

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High pressure would cause a weakish float to move around a bit and probably induce a bit of bounce.

Similarly,  could the pump have  been interfering with the float ?

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  • 4 weeks later...

Sorted! Changed to a different/new float assembly.Many thanks. David

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Thanks David for returning with the successful news. It may help future members. 

Graham

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