Question about Danco 89448A Universal Toilet Tank Lever, Chrome with White Porcelain Handl
The chain is tight with very little slack. It looks like the lever might come close to hitting the top of the tank. We have bent the arm trying to get it positioned correctly but it seems like no matter what we do the flush is inconsistent. Sometimes it works; sometimes it keeps running and sometimes it's hard to get the lever to return to a non-flush position. It is a side mount American Standard. The OEM has a plastic arm and the flapper seats so tightly that I have broken 3 of the plastic arms. You can see the plastic bend when trying to lift the flapper. That is why I tried the all metal Danco 89448A (which is suppose to fit all styles of toilets).
The chain should have some slack to it being too tight it dose let the flapper sit properly so itll keep running because water is escaping
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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