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Need to replace working parts , push button , one piece toilet

This american standard one pice toilet is apprximately 22 years old
the push button is rusted out, and the flush actuator needs replacing

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    All these parts are available for Americal Standard toilets. I am 
    still working on some 1938 models Standards on a regular basis.

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Here is a link to a site with a ton of replacement parts for amstan toilets.

Without model numbers etc. its hard to know exactly what parts you need but you should be able to look at the pictures on the site and order the right parts...

http://www.plumbingsupply.com/amstan.html


HOpe that helps...

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