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null 2 in. Top Adjustable Universal Flush Valve
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2 in. Top Adjustable Universal Flush Valve

$8.98 /each

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Replacement 2 in. Flush Valve: Overflow tube push/pull adjustment from 7-1/2 in. to 12 in. Included US patent pending revolution top adjustment Flapper. By this adjustment lever, you can easily to see/define and adjust the water flush volume you need.

  • Top view adjustment flush volume flapper
  • Adjustable overflow tube
  • Chemical resistant silicon seal
  • Easy to install

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flush valve removal, how ?

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Is a way possible to take out old flush valve without removing entire tank ?
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August 5, 2016
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No, unless your flush valve has already been replaced by one that only used adhesive. My advice is to bite the bullet: remove the tank and replace the flush valve and tank bolts. Don't buy the Home Depot Everbilt product, though, they seem to have a high rate of failure due to leaks. I hope this helps!
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You don't have to remove the tank if you're only replacing the flapper. If you're replacing the entire flush valve assembly, then the tank has to come off.
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No, you have to remove the tank. However whatever issue you are trying to fix probably can be fixed without taking out the flush valve.
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Which gasket to fit between the tank and the toilet?

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August 17, 2016
I've tried this one: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-Tank-to-Bowl-Kit-for-Mansfield-88913/205172504?keyword=tank+to+bowl+kit+for+mansfield, but it doesn't fit with the lock nut on the bottom.
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Collinsville, OK
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It doesn't matter. Your toilet will leak worse with this "adjustable" flush valve. Read the reviews, and choose another. I recommend either Fluidmaster or American Standard.
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I can not Install a "Dual Flush Converter" onto this product.

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Port Charlotte, FL
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April 21, 2016
It is nice to have an adjustable flush valve but it does not lock into position. If it does not lock then I can not use this flush valve. I will have to return it to the store.
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I gave this adjustable flush valve a poor review on the HD website. The valve leaked between the rubber flap and the cutesy "adjuster", creating a never-ending top up cycle for the fill valve. I threw it out.
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Rated 1.8 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Flapper design is faulty Installed easily. However, after trying all adjustments and posible alignment issues the flapper does not permit a full flush. Put the old flapper on from the Fluidmast and worked perfectly the first flush. Ideally, I should remove the substandard Everbuilt, but as another poster stated earlier it is easier to just add a new $5 Fluidmaster flapper. Out of principal I may remove the Everbuilt (1000 308 432) and return. Definitely returnig the second one purchased for 2nd toilet. In short, The flapper in this fill valve needs to be recalled. Current product should be pulled from the shelf until situation rectified. Stop selling it HD. October 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leaks worse than original I wish i read reviews before buying. What a complete waste of time and money. Same valve leaking September 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pure Garbage Leaks worse than ever, now I have to re-do it with an American Standard..... October 13, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Works with a better flapper! Bought this cause(old one)the top shaft that holds the inlet for the water was cracking with age. Water was leaking, water kept turning on and off. Now I had bigger problems, thought i was going to need a plumber. I messed with rubber flapper and noticed it did not seat right. Blue flapper is junk, go get a relacement-Flowmaster 2"universal flapper-5 dollars more but worth it. Old Standard American toilet#4078 fixed! PS. Make sure you get the parts kit(2-screws, toilet gasket) to re-set the tank to toilet. September 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leaks ridiculously after 6 months! This flush valve worked briefly, now it leaks even though the valve seems to seat perfectly. I can't figure it out so I will have to replace it with ANY BRAND BUT THIS ONE. I wish I had read the reviews before I went shopping. If Home Depot would read their own reviews and get the junk off their shelves it would be better for them and for us. Good grief! August 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Replacement flush valve kit made leaking toilet worse!! Product was very easy to install,.... (and just as easy to remove) because it made my leaking toilet issue worse. There is a defect between the valve and flapper assembly, they don't make a seal and toilet tank level constantly leaks through. I installed a Fluidmaster the second time and no problems as of yet. Home Depot should recall and discontinue this piece of junk to save their customers this waste of time and inconvenience. "DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!" August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Flapper won't seal to flush valve I should have read the other reviews before purchasing this product. The flapper will not seal to the flush valve, no matter what I try. I have had the tank on an off several times to determine what was happening. The leak is severe enough that the toilet won't even fill completely. I have successfully repaired many toilets in my life. This was the only flush valve offered at my Home Depot or I wouldn't have even tried it. Home Depot needs to heed these views and fix their product. August 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk! Had a leaking flapper on a ten year old toilet so decided to replace the entire flapper and seat/overflow assembly to avoid any issues with a worn seat. This was the only one HD had in stock so it's what I bought. Flapper leaked from the start. Really poor design that has a rubber seal mated to a plastic center piece. The rubber seal is warped and separating from the plastic which it just friction fits into. Total junk! Since I had to pull the entire tank to install this I decided to just get a new universal flapper rather than pulling the entire tank again so I could return it. Well a universal flapper does not fit this overflow/seat assembly. So that was another wasted trip and another return I have to do. Do not buy. You will be sorry. July 15, 2016
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