A.W.S. valve spool. Photo by E. Wilde, 2002 Jan 24.  

The complete A.W.S. valve is disassembled, cleaned and all new rubber is installed on the spool assembly. The main spring and circlip is kept unless worn or corroded. Similarly, the poppet, poppet spring and nut are only replaced if need be. Photo by E. Wilde, 2002 Jan 24.

The rebuilt A.W.S. valve is supplied with a pair of 90 degree street elbows to allow plumbing of the valve from below. The outlet is fitted with a flow control needle valve that allows fine control of the amount of water fed to the toilet, especially during extended flush cycles. Photo by E. Wilde, 2002 Jan 24.

  New F.R.L. assembly. Photo by E. Wilde, 2002 Jan 24.
Microphor Toilet Rubber Kit   A Buna-N rubber kit containing all of the o-rings needed to rebuild one A.W.S. valve spool, one pushbutton, one air cylinder and the flapper crank in the ejection chamber is available. See the Parts List for this kit and the other rubber that you will need to completely rebuild a Microphor toilet.
Calibration tools. Photo by E. Wilde, 2002 Jan 24.

After valves and other assemblies are rebuilt, the equipment used in calibrating F.R.L. assemblies, to the proper Microphor system pressure of 63 p.s.i., includes a 100 p.s.i. contractor's air gauge. A hose with a standard quick connect at one end is used to supply air to either the F.R.L. or a rebuilt pushbutton, which is in turn connected to an A.W.S. valve for testing. Both the gauge and supply hoses have air-conditioning style knurled connectors for rapid attachment to the 1/4" flare connectors commonly employed on the air supply lines of toilet systems. Photo by E. Wilde, 2002 Jan 24.