Originally Posted by Juniorj
If you push the Flush button, (either one of them) the initial water runs, then when the motor is supposed to run you get nothing, then afterward you'll get the fill water.
I had this happen earlier this year. Using a multimeter I determined that the motor was an open circuit. I vaguely recall it was a brown wire and white wire. I had power from the controller to those wires.
The motor should read roughly 2 ohms of resistance and mine was infinite.
Suspecting a brush problem, I took the handle of a screwdriver and thumped the assembly a few times. Firmly but not hammering it. The motor now read 2 ohms and the toilet flushed again. This happened a few times and we got the toilet replaced under warranty.
The Tecma is used for all #2 to help avoid a poop pyramid from the other toilet.
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