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How to form mansfeild flush handles to the shape you want.

In order to get a mansfield flush handle to fit in a standard tank.Take your lighter heat the plastic and molde it to the shape you want.

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mansfield 160 toilet diagram

The tank bolts do not get removed. The flush valve is mounted in a hole toward the rear of the tank. The nut under the tank is removed to allow removal of the flush valve from the inside of the tank. The replacement flush valve is inserted into the hole inside the tank and the nut is installed to fasten it in place

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Toilet flush valve is hard to flush....too much suction. Sometimes takes two hands to push the handle.

Hi, you need new Mansfield 210/211 flush valves. They can be found on amazon.. here: Amazon com Mansfield 210 211 seal. I hope this helped you. Cheers

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When flushed, the handle doesn't lift back automatically. I have to lift it manually.

Try loosening the plastic nut on the back of the handle (inside the tank) a tiny bit. :)

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Problem removing old flapper unit from Mansfield tank

Disconnect the water supply first. Then use a large channel lock and remove the large plastic nut on the botton side of the supply system. Take the old one out and replace it just use caution when retightening the nut. The porcelon is very delicate. Check for leaks after you have turned the water back on and if you have to carefully tighten it some more. I hope this was helpful Have a good week end! : )

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