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Where can I buy Caroma outlet seals?

Caroma Part No. 405006 is really difficult to find. Caroma itself is no help at all. And $10 apiece is hardly a fair price for a rubber washer.

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  • franknbear
    franknbear Jan 06, 2013

    HDepot nor Lowes, nor local plumbing distributers carry the parts and Plumbing Mall is too expensive.

  • Udi Burg
    Udi Burg Sep 20, 2013

    Looking for this part myself. I don't have any problem to pay $10 a piece as long as I'll find it. I need 5 pieces like this.

  • Tim Taylor
    Tim Taylor Jul 29, 2014

    I found mine at plumbingmall.com. They had the best prices anywhere, only $4.80. There staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. They helped me make sure I had the right part.http://www.plumbingmall.com/405006-outle...

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I found mine at plumbingmall.com. They had the best prices anywhere, only $4.80. There staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. They helped me make sure I had the right part. 405006 Outlet Valve Seal for Old Style Flush Valve

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Take the existing part to Lowes or Home Depot and look at there universal
toilet replacement parts. I bet you can find one that will fit.

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    franknbear Jan 04, 2013

    Thanks, but I've checked the local plumbing supplies as well and all over the internet. Plumbing Mall wants $10 but noone else even has one except in Australia.

  • Udi Burg
    Udi Burg Sep 20, 2013

    Also contacted Caroma in Australia but they are not willing to ship it out of the country. I'm located in Israel and need 5 pieces of the 405006 part.

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