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Adjustable Universal 2 in. Toilet Tank Flapper

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The Everbilt 2 in. Flapper is a US patent pending revolution product. Soft silicon seal, with the Top View adjust lever. By this adjustment lever, you can easily to see/define and adjust the water flush volume you need. Also, there are three different mounting ways for different Flush Valve system in market. It is a really “Universal Fit” Flapper you can see in market.

  • Top view flush volume adjustment
  • High quality chemical resistant silicon seal
  • Anti-corrosion stainless steel chain
  • Easy to install

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I installed this flapper bbut once you flush and let go of the handle the flapper closes thus limited water to flush

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October 24, 2015
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September 18, 2016
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It's adjustable. Turn the dial towards the symbol that looks like high volume. But really, just go buy another flapper before this one becomes defective. It will soon.
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Foley, Alabama
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February 20, 2016
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That is an adjustment problem. It can be one of two things. The lifting chain has too much slack and is not lifting the flapper high enough for it to float. That can happen with any flap valve. Or with an adjustable flap valve like this one it can be that the adjustment is wide open and the flapper fills too fast. That lets it sink back on the seat too quickly.
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That is an adjustment problem. It can be one of two things. The lifting chain has too much slack and is not lifting the flapper high enough for it to float. That can happen with any flap valve. Or with an adjustable flap valve like this one it can be that the adjustment is wide open and the flapper fills too fast. That lets it sink back on the seat too quickly.
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Newtown PA
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February 19, 2016
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if you want an adjustable flapper try the blue Kohler GP85160 available at Home Depot and other stores. You can adjust the amount of the flush by moving the float up and down on the chain attached to the flush lever. Works well on my Briggs toilet. It was the one that the Briggs came with. origional lasted 12 years.
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Rated 1.0 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Epic Fail - Run AWAY from this product! In store this was the coolest flapper I'd ever seen until I installed it. Wasn't long and the toilet was back to running again. Sadly...I bought these for 2 of my toilets. Not only are all the reviews HORRIBLE when the product is not defective. BOTH of the flappers I bought developed some kind of air bubble in the rubber seal that prevent it from stopping the water flow. Whoever makes this must know it's pathetic...they don't even put their company name on it! September 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible Flapper worked for about a week then developed a slow leak. Could put pressure on the top of it and the leak would stop but as soon as I took my hand off started leaking again. September 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by leaking I bought it in-store. I found it is leaking no matter how I adjust it. Now I am looking for a new one and find there are many reviews on its leaking issue. I really wish I read these reviews before I bought it. July 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY - will not seal What a piece of junk. The tank WILL leak slowly into the bowl. Save yourself a trip to the store. June 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Flawed product This product has a neat design to adjust the GPF, but it has a huge design flaw so it always leaks! What good is it to buy a new leaking flapper to replace an old leaking flapper? I wonder how many people have replaced their flappers with these, without knowing that they leak. It's even worse if they replaced a non-leaking flapper with this, probably because they wanted the adjustable feature to reduce water consumption! This product should be discontinued! May 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Nope As others have pointed out, this flapper simply doesn't create a watertight seal. April 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I am annoyed home depot carries this Worthless, not even close to something that would work. March 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Great idea, terrible implementation, one star is generous Excellent idea to control the amount of water for a "normal" flush, saving some water consumption. Secondary benefit is that you can reserve some unused water in case more is necessary for a particular flush. But the ease of adjustment, with the knob inside the tank, is a bad design and leads to leakage. My tank leaks down about an inch an hour. That is a fair amount of water in a day. To get the benefits of adjustment, with only slightly less convenient adjustment, buy the Korky Adjustable 100xx (mine is 100BP and works great). I believe Home Depot would be wise to stop stocking this item. That would save them from having disappointed customers as well as save water for the ones who haven't noticed the leakage. Most float valves will just make up the water loss all day long. Unless you have a more modern float valve with a locking mechanism, you won't notice the loss until your water bill comes. If you have one of these flappers, verify what all of us are saying, and shut off the feed valve some evening and look in the tank the next morning. February 20, 2016
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