The One2Flush water-saving fill
valve was used as the replacement.
a good cleaner/degreaser product to scrub any gunk from the
area between the tank and bowl,
which will contribute to a better
seal with your new gasket. Use
a screwdriver to pry off the old
gasket, and scrub that area
clean as well.
Next, use a pair of Channellock
pliers to unscrew the nut that
holds the old flush valve in
place. Then, use the pliers to
unscrew the nut that mounts the
flush handle to the wall of the
tank—this unscrews clockwise.
Pull out the old valve and stick in
the new one, simply securing it
with a retaining nut from below.
Remove the tank by unscrewing
the nuts on the tank-to-bowl bolts.
tank’s specified water line by
slightly rotating the cup and sliding it up or down the shaft of the
valve. Reattach your water supply line whenever you’re ready to
fill the tank.
Next, use a wrench to back
the nuts off the two tank-to-bowl
nuts located on the underside of
the tank. Choose a well lit area
for your tank “surgery” and lay
the tank on its side on a towel
to prevent scratching the porcelain. Take the opportunity to use
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