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The chain came off

I can't see where to reattach the chain, as there is no attaching loop visible.

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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.

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