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How to remove aquia dual flush toilet with rough-in

I am upgrading to a newer toto toilet and need to remove the toto aquia toilet. It is attached to a horizontal type rough-in. I can not get it detached from the rough-in. Is it even possible to remove it?

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If this is one of those models that most people have, the valve that shuts the incoming water off when the tank is filled is probably bad. It only costs about 8-10 dollars to replace. This valve is actually a stem or tree shaped device.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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I had the same problem. The fix cost me 50 cents (literally). I just placed a quarter on top of the Blue and White flush buttons (not sure of the technical terms) inside the tank and now it flushes properly. It seems that the 2 plastic poles the extend from the faux chrome buttons are just a bit too short.
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Posted on May 02, 2009

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SOURCE: REMOVAL OF TOTO AQUIA TOILET

first shut off water and then flush the john. this will remove most of the water. for water remaining in tank us a sponge or similar to remove remaining water. find where toilet bolts to floor and remove these bolts or nuts. then pick whole toilet from floor, there should be a wax ring under toilet, replace wax ring when putting back in. when putting back in just push down on toilet to squish wax ring and bolt to floor, turn on water and check for leaks. good luck

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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SOURCE: Aquia II Dual Flush Toilet: toilet after flush removes to much water from bowl...

Adjust the float on the Fluid-master a little higher if possible. This should allow more water to enter the bowl after the flush.

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Aquia II Dual Flush Toilet: toilet after flush removes to much water from bowl...


Adjust the float on the Fluid-master a little higher if possible. This should allow more water to enter the bowl after the flush.

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REMOVAL OF TOTO AQUIA TOILET


first shut off water and then flush the john. this will remove most of the water. for water remaining in tank us a sponge or similar to remove remaining water. find where toilet bolts to floor and remove these bolts or nuts. then pick whole toilet from floor, there should be a wax ring under toilet, replace wax ring when putting back in. when putting back in just push down on toilet to squish wax ring and bolt to floor, turn on water and check for leaks. good luck

Apr 16, 2010 | Toto Aquia II Dual Flush Toilet

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Looking to buy/install Toto Aquia II in my circa 1964 co-op apt.


When you say 10.5 inches from wall, do you mean that from the center of the drain in the floor to the back wall is 10.5 inches? If so, you need a toilet for a "10 inch rough-in" dimension. The Aquia doesn't come in that dimension. Sorry!

Caroma Sydney Smart model 270 comes in a 10 inch rough-in and is a dual flush model. Note that all dual flush toilets are fairly expensive as compared to normal toilets. HOWEVER, genrally speaking, ALL 10 inch rough-in toilets are fairly expensive just because the low volume that are sold.

Jul 02, 2009 | Toto Aquia II Dual Flush Toilet

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Toilet will not flush


You need to replace the fill valve with a oem replacment valve. You need to use toto parts.

Mar 07, 2009 | Toto Aquia II Dual Flush Toilet

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I have a toto toilet. After flushing it is taking a very long time to fill up.


Make sure that the fill valve doesn't have debris caught inside near the valve needle. Also the tube that attaches onto the flush valve can become clogged near the fill valve as well. Remove the hose and then take a needle and try and clear the outlet. Blow through the tube to insure that it's not blocked as well.

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I purchased a Toto Aquia II Dual Flush Toilet, around a year ago. No problems until now. The toilet won't flush. It doesn't appear to be running at all.


If this is one of those models that most people have, the valve that shuts the incoming water off when the tank is filled is probably bad. It only costs about 8-10 dollars to replace. This valve is actually a stem or tree shaped device.

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Jan 12, 2009 | Toto Aquia II Dual Flush Toilet

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