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How difficult is it to replace toilet tank equipment?


The job is easy if you have any plumbing skills. Turn off the water. Disconnect the water hose at the bottom of the tank. Remove the nut holding the flush/fill mechanism and remove the mechanism. Reverse removal procedures and complete. Adjust for proper water level in tank.

Dec 03, 2014 | Home

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How to install a new flush valve


  • Flush valves are held to the tank by one large jam nut on the bottom of the tank. Installing a new flush valve usually requires removing the toilet tank from the bowl, which can be rather complicated. However, wall-mounted tanks may not need to be removed.

  • If the toilet tank must be removed, turn the water off completely, flush the toilet and hold the trip lever down to evacuate most of the tank water. Use a sponge to remove the remaining water. Disconnect the tank's inlet fitting from the water supply. If the flexible riser tube is damaged, replace it.

  • Then, unscrew the two rubber-gasketed bolts flanking the flush valve. These bolts go through the tank and bowl flange, with nuts beneath. Use caution–forcing the bolts may cause you to break the tank, bowl or both. Use plenty of penetrating oil on the threads. If they still won't budge without force, try wrapping masking tape around a hacksaw blade and sawing with the teeth facing you, so the blade cuts on the "pull" stroke. The layer of masking tape will protect the bowl's glazed surface from saw scratches.

  • The tank should now lift away from the bowl. Lay it upside-down on a throw rug or newspaper padding to protect it, and unscrew the large nut holding the flush valve to the tank. Use channel-locking pliers plus penetrating oil and extreme care to avoid breakage. Clamp a well-padded locking plier/wrench around the flush valve to keep it from rotating inside the tank.

  • Install the new flush valve according to the directions. The rubber gasket goes on the inside of the tank to prevent leakage. The flat washer fits on the outside to prevent tank damage.

  • Use new brass tank hold-down bolts, which will remain workable. Tighten the bolts just enough to compress the tank's soft rubber gasket and keep it from leaking.

  • Install the water supply riser to the tank and turn on the water.

on Jan 16, 2010 | Plumbing

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My flush has stuck on, how can this be sorted.?


Close the Inlet Water valve to the Flush Tank.
Remove the lid on top of the Tank cover.
Check the link/chord connecting the flush knob and the Flush valve.
It might be broken.
Normally the Flush Tank lever, which is outside the Tank lifts the Flush valve at the bottom of the Tank.

Nov 14, 2014 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Install flush valve


Drain the tank (turn off the water supply and hold the flush valve open with your hand).

Remove the old flush valve. Replace it with a new one. Turn the water supply back on.

Jul 29, 2014 | American Standard Lexington Model 2007 /...

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Koehler one piece toilet trickling water into tank


The flapper at the bottom of the tank is leaking and needs replacement.

Feb 08, 2014 | Kohler SAILE ELONGATED ONE-PIECE TOILET...

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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

May 15, 2013 | Danco Flush Valve. Replacement Flush Valve...

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Please tell me how to replace the gasket on the flapper assy.


flapper.jpgFlapper or flush valve needs servicing
First try cleaning minderal deposits from around the valve seat. This can keep the flapper valve from sealing properly and allow water to seap into the bowl. First turn of the water and flush the toilet to empty the bowl. You can unhook the flapper valve to get it out of the way. Using emery cloth scrub the inside of the valve seat to remove the mineral deposits. Next coat the valve seat with petroleum jelly to help the flapper valve make a tight seal. Replace the flapper valve, turn on the water and check to see if the water still leaks.
If the flapper valve is old it may be deformed. In this case you will need to replace it. You can unhook the valve and remove the lift chain from the valve. Be sure to purchase a similar size replacement valve.
If the valve seat is damaged you will need to replace the entire flush-valve assembly. You will need to remove the tank to do this. Be certain to turn off the water supply and flush the tank to drain it. You might also want to place newspaper and towels on the floor to soak up any water that may leak out. Using and adjustable wrench loosen the nuts at the supply tube and push the tube aside. Next, use a flat-head screwdriver to hold the bolts inside the tank still while using an adjustable wrench to loosen the nut on the bottom of the tank. You will then be able to lift the tank off of the bowl. Lay the tank on the newspapers or towels.
To replace the flush-valve assembly first remove the old one by unscrewing the locknut on the bottom of the tank. Use a hacksaw to cut the new overflow pipe to 1/2 ince below the tank top. Put plumber's putty on the washer at the base of the flush-valve assembly and push the assembly against the tank opening, removing any excess putty. Use a monkey wrench to tighten the locknut. Replace the gasket over the locknut and replace the tank on the bowl and reassemble them.
g and adjustable wrench loosen the nuts at the supply tube and push the tube aside. Next, use a flat-head screwdriver to hold the bolts inside the tank still while using an adjustable wrench to loosen the nut on the bottom of the tank. You will then be able to lift the tank off of the bowl. Lay the tank on the newspapers or towels.
To replace the flush-valve assembly first remove the old one by unscrewing the locknut on the bottom of the tank. Use a hacksaw to cut the new overflow pipe to 1/2 ince below the tank top. Put plumber's putty on the washer at the base of the flush-valve assembly and push the assembly against the tank opening, removing any excess putty. Use a monkey wrench to tighten the locknut. Replace the gasket over the locknut and replace the tank on the bowl and reassemble them.

Jun 15, 2011 | Kohler - Toilet - Two-piece - Highline -...

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Can't see how to remove K-4504 tank flush valve to replace it.


You have cut off water supply and empty tank there are 2 or 3 tank to bowl bolts remove bolts then there is a big nut under tank to bowl gasket undo large nut then install new flush valve,gasket and bolts be sure to install as old one came off.

Jun 04, 2011 | Kohler Plumbing

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I hav got oil in my petrol tank how should i get it cleaned its affecting my bike performance and also misfires sumtimes


Flushing the tank with gasoline should solve the problem. Remove the tank and empty the existing gas. Close the petrol valve, fill with about 1/4 tank, slosh about and drain. You may also need to flush the carburetor and replace the spark plug. With rust build-up in the tank, or a very stubborn problem, you may need to flush the tank with Muriatic Acid.

Aug 11, 2010 | 2005 Honda Activa

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Flush valve is broken how do I fix it ?


Purchase a new flush valve at hardware store.
You'll need cresent wrench, locking pliers, small pipe wrench, small pail, towels, putty knife.
turn off water supply, flush toilet to remove water from tank, soak up remaining water with towel in tank, remove supply line from valve on botton of tank (you may have to hold valve with pliers inside the tank to keep from turning.) Clean area inside tank with putty knife where new valve will seat. Install new valve, attach supply line, connect overflow tube. turn on water.
Check for leaks.
Repeat if necessary. :-)

Sep 14, 2009 | Home

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