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Glacier bay toilet leaks around the flap

The flapper replacement comes with a rubber ring that slides down over the fill tube to seat. If the old flapper ring does not remove easily, you may have to cut it to remove it. The replacement flapper also comes with ears that mount over hooks at the base of the fill tube on some toilets. You cut the flapper where indicated to remove the ring before installing.the ears on the hooks. If you buy a carded replacement, all of this information will be on the card. If not, someone at the point of purchase may be able to explain. Your well water may make it necessary to replace the flapper often but my experience has been that an inexpensive replacement lasts just as long as more expensive ones

Feb 17, 2013 | Home

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Water in bottom of kenmore elite ultra wash dishwasher

you must check the filters that are at the bottom under the spray arm
then you must start and then hold down cancel or stop and it should kick in the automatic water discharge mode and activate the water pump if this does not work you need new dishwasher pump installed which can be found online by googleing your model number. gut if this all works then the small flapper thats internal on the pump isnt sealing and allowing water to flow back into the bottom. last but not least you might need a new control board.

Nov 02, 2012 | Kenmore Dishwashers

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I replaced the flapper in my kohler model 703 toilet. when i flush the handle stays in the up position and the flapper does not go down

If you installed the flapper using the ring. Remove it. If it is a rubber ring then cut the ring out and use the hinges on the sides to install. Other than that make sure your flapper chain is straight and not twisted and also that the chain is giving the flapper a reasonable slack. Hope this helps!

Nov 30, 2010 | Home

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Is not moving and I have cleaned and check the hoses for blockages and cleaned the filter.

You need to check the flapper to see if it is stuck. Then if you still have your suction guage. Check to be sure you have enough suction at the end of the hose. Check the hoses for leaks, make sure you don't have a clog in your impeller and your plumbing is tight and the lid "O" ring on your pump is good and seated well. Also if you have a skimmer plate be sure your front hole in the bottom of it is plugged off solid. Good luck.

Sep 12, 2010 | Universal Kreepy Krauly In-Ground Pool...

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Getting Suction but it won't move at the bottom of pool

If you are getting suction by no movement with these pool cleaners, it is most likely debris stuck in your flapper. Make sure that the flapper is clear of debris which can impede water flow and movement.

Jul 18, 2010 | Zodiac Baracuda G3 Automatic In Ground...

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The chain came off

If your stool has an old style flapper, then the chain would connect to the flush arm at the top and to the little fin on the flapper at the bottom. There should be a little ring connected to the fin. Sometimes the little ring will fall off and go down the drain, then you have to use a peice of wire or whatever you can find. A small clip or something. Hope this helps.

May 13, 2010 | Toto Carlyle 1-piece Elongated Bowl Toilet

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Has a Sd code on the screen.

coins etc in pump or need new pump

Mar 16, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Dishwasher drain pump flapper (inlet side)

My Quiet Series does the same thing and I wondered if the orange flapper has gone bad and lets the dirty water drain back from the hose sloping up to the garbage disposal. Did you get an answer to this question? The dishwasher seemed to work fine and then it suddenly started leaving food particles on the glasses.

Jan 15, 2010 | Dishwashers

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Where could I find the flapper for Sterling 1.6GPF toilet?

Here's the easiest way: Close the water valve that supplies water to the toilet. Lift the lid off of the tank. If you look in from the top, you'll see a long white tube in the middle of the tank running from the top to the bottom. It is called the overflow tube. At the base of the tube is the flapper, and it anchors to the base of the tube, and is actuated by the handle on the front of the tank pulling the chain connected to the flapper. Flush the tiolet, and you'll see what I'm talking about. To replace the flapper, you'll need a replacement. Remove your flapper and get a pretty good look at it. You can buy a replacement at any hardware store. A 'universal' replacement should fit, but take the old one with you to be sure. When you look at the new flappers, you'll notice a rubber ring attached to the flapper, and you may not have one on yout toilet. No worrys here, the ring can be cut out if yours is of the type that just clips onto two lugs at the base of the overflow tube. Install your flapper, hook up the chain and turn the water back on.
The chain should have just a little slack in it.
Best regards, --W/D-- please feel free to rate this solution....Thanx!

Aug 02, 2009 | Sterling 402315-96 Biscuit Windham...

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Kohler two peice toilet the water just circles and will not flush.there is plenty of water in holding tank that run through

These models need to have a flush valve flapper that has a styrofoam float on the lift chaninof the flapper. Go to hardware store or home improvement store and get a 'Korky brand toilet tank flapper with float 'ball". Cut the rubber ring piece away from the flapper and you don't need it (see cut here marks on flapper). Install flapper and adjust the float fairly close to the flapper.
When the water level drops in the tank and reaches the level of the float on the opne flapper, the flapper quickly closes causing the toilet to have a "surge" of siphon action which forces the water in the bowl to be drawn out.

Jun 29, 2009 | Kohler K-3422 - Wellworth Elongated...

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