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How do i set the flush levels for a glacier bay toilet dual flush

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    How to adjust a glacier bay dual flush toilet

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Http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfimages/f9/f9b2dcf2-bfa0-4622-94d9-7b326c22eb1e.pdf

Go to page 5 & 6 and it will guide you through setting levels.

Posted on May 23, 2010

  • gwinsplace Dec 18, 2010

    The reference is for the install instructions which come with the toilet. The problem is that there is no mark on the flush valve ( which part is the flush valve anyway?) I have the toilet installed but I have no idea if it is working right. It says how to increase or decrease flush volume but what are the settings for the volumes advertised? Obviously translated (badly!) from Chinese or some other language.

  • Kellsmell44 Apr 05, 2011

    This does not help. It doesn't actually affect the level of water for each flush. These are the same exact instructions that came with the toilet and clearly have bad English. So frustrating. And which button is the half flush and he full flush, which side adjusts which and what do you have to do to adjust the float level on the half flush.

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