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Leak from the flush control valve ecoflush part b8100-04

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SOURCE: Champion4 leaks water through flush valve

You have replaced the flush valve completely? If so and the unit is still leaking, you may have a small crack in the tank or your just not getting the tank to bowl fittings tight enough. Also, they make two different thicknesses in the tank to bowl gasket. Make sure you are using the thicker of the two. You posted this under the American Std. thread, so if this is correct, give them a call. There could be a recall on this particular toilet due to a flaw.

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SOURCE: everytime we flush the ecoflush toilet, the water came out from the handle

Have you fixed it yet.

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