Below is the parts breakdown for the Sloan Bedpan Washer with Deoseptic Unit. Scroll down and click on the part number(s) you need in order to repair your Bedpan Washer unit. (Please note: If an item does not have a link, we still carry it, but the item is not currently listed on our website. If you wish to order this item, give us a call.) Scroll past the parts diagram and you will see the troubleshooting Q&A, which highlights the most commonly occurring issues, and the solutions to fix them. Sloan Bedpan Washer Breakdown PDF
Below is a Troubleshooting Q&A Guide for the Bedpan Washer Flushometers from Sloan. The guide highlights the most commonly occurring problems and how to go about fixing them. As always you can call us for assistance or if you need to replace a part and/or unit.
Diverter leaking at spray arm
A) Diverter spray arm (old style) is damaged.
B) Spray arm o-ring is damaged or installed improperly.
A) Replace diverter arm with new spray arm replacement kit # 08093. NOTE: On old style diverter spray arm, the spray arm o-ring was placed on groove at the end of the spray arm. When installing new spray arm kit, place washer into bottom of hole of nozzle pivot. Then place the o-ring on top of washer. Insert new spray arm into the pivot, pressing in slightly. While holding spray arm in place, tighten set screw.
B) Re-Install o-ring as described above in step (A.) If leakage persists, replace using spray arm kit # 08093
Diverter leaking at nozzle pivot
A) One or both pivot o-rings are worn.
B) Diverter seal washer worn or missing.
C) Nozzle pivot damaged or defective.
A) Replace nozzle pivot assembly.
B) Replace pivot seals. Use diverter rebuild kit.
C) Replace nozzle pivot assembly. Use pivot replacement kit.
Erratic spray pattern from spray arm nozzle
A) Debris clogging nozzle screen.
B) Damaged or missing nozzle screen or spray disc.
A) Wash nozzle screen under running water.
B) Replace using #08846 spray arm repair kit.
Deoseptic solution NOT siphoning from bottle during flush cycle (Deoseptic models only.)
A) Adjusting screw not open.
B) Aspirator tube screen clogged.
C) Aspirator tube not installed completely onto swivel & ball check assembly.
D) Aspirator tube cracked.
E) Rubber ball check stuck inside swivel & ball check assembly.
A) Open adjusting screw until adequate amount of solution is siphoned from bottle during flush cycle.
B) Remove solution bottle. Remove aspirator tube from swivel & ball check assembly and wash screen under running water.
C) Remove solution bottle. Make sure aspirator tube is pushed completely onto nipple of swivel & ball check assembly.
D) Replace aspirator tube assembly.
E) Remove solution bottle and aspirator tube from swivel & ball check assembly. Gently insert small implement (paper clip, small dia. hex key, etc.) into nipple of swivel & ball check assembly to dislodge rubber ball check.
Water leaking back into solution bottle
A) Rubber ball damaged or missing.
B) Rubber ball not sitting in seat of swivel & ball check assembly.
A) Replace rubber ball using Deoseptic Diverter Rebuild Kit. Includes Outlet Tube Gasket (item 6,) Spray Arm Repair Kit (item 11,) and all items in Pivot Replacement Kit (item 12) except Pivot.
B) Remove swivel and ball check assembly, taking care not to lose rubber ball. Insert rubber ball back into seat of swivel & ball check assembly and reassemble. NOTE: Follow steps in solution (E) of problem 4.
Sloan Bedpan Washer TroubleShooting PDF