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The chain from the handle to the rubber flap appears to have come loose I cannot determine where the chain connects to the rubber flap. At the end of the chain there is a round link that now just hangs.

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That ring at the end of the chain is supposed to connect to the rubber flap directly at one side of the flap is where it connects to the stand pipe, sort of a hinge. directly opposite of that should be a small hole molded into the flap. if there isn't any it probably wore off. You can replace just the flap if this is the case. About 5 bucks or so.

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