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Chain ripped through float connection.

Good morning, my new home has Toto toilets in each bath. The chain tore apart from the rubber float in one of the fixtures making the toilet bowl unable to flush. Both my plumber and retailer suggested I contact Toto directly as each stated this should not happen after such a short period of time. I was told that Toto would stand behind its product and replace the float at no cost. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Hay just go to home depot or lowes take out the one that is broken and match it it cast only couple bucks less head ach

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