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The rubber stopper does not line up properly causing leaking to bowel i hove to take cover off and move it a touch over after we flush my model is 703 one piece the handle does not come up after you flush

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Contact Kohlet online or there 1 800 number. They have all the parts but they also charge a lot.

Me I would turn on cut-off valve then go to Home Depot or Lowes and explain problem and tell model 703 and they can look it up and order your parts. They may even be cheaper then from Kohler.

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