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Go to your local Kohler showroom. they will be able to fix you up with the correct flapper.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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Jun 19, 2011 | Jacuzzi Home
I am going to take a stab at this with the information you have provided. If you have replaced the flapper around the time this hard flushing deal stated happening I would say the flapper is the wrong kind for this toilet. Flappers are not one fits all some have a bigger air cavity to help with the flushing process. The larger air cavity help buy floating the flapper up after it is started that way. If you didn't change flappers then I would do so at this time making sure you install the right one.
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The flapper is secured with a rubber band. The rubber band must be removed from the flapper for the toilet to function properly. Please check the flush valve prior to installation and if the rubber band is present, simply cut it and remove it.
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