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American Standard Cadet 3 Decor Right Height 2-piece 1.28 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White
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American Standard

Cadet 3 Decor Right Height 2-piece 1.28 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White

  • Slow close toilet seat included
  • Elongated toilet bowl shape for maximum comfort
  • Comfort height design for sitting/standing ease
$269.00 /each

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This Cadet 3 Decor 2-piece Elongated Toilet in White offers exceptional flush performance at 1.28 GPF. This 2-piece toilet features a separate tank and an elongated bowl for comfortable use. It also offers a telescoping seat to conceal the seat ring, a concealed trap design and distinctive tank styling for a contemporary look.

  • 2-piece design features a separate tank and bowl
  • Elongated bowl for comfort
  • Exceptional flush performance at 1.28 GPF
  • Sleek concealed trap design
  • Distinctive tank styling for a modern look
  • Unique telescoping seat conceals seat ring
  • Slow close seat functionality
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Does the Cadet 3 Decor have a soft or no slam lid

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January 12, 2014
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They come with the slamming lids. However you can order one with the soft or no slam lid
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October 30, 2013
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Yes, it slowly closes.
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Media, PA, USA
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April 16, 2013
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Yes--it is a soft close lid.
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Youngstown, OH, USA
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March 23, 2013
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Yes, the toilet comes with a soft close seat and lid. The seat is not the most comfortable but the soft closing feature is nice.
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Springfield, MO, USA
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February 12, 2013
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Yes
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February 5, 2013
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Yes, it has a soft close lid.
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September 20, 2012
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It has a no slam lid.
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August 18, 2012
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This particular toilet included a slow close seat.
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Is it normal for the toilet to periodcially make a sound as it its running water? its for a brief moment but constant several times a day

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March 28, 2013
I had this toilet installed less than 3 weeks ago.
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January 25, 2014
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I have the same question! It sounded like it was running but then stopped. I chose to ignore it as this thing has caused me too much grief already. Make sure you use only Scott t.p. or you will have sewer line problems. Also, hold down handle till completely flushed. See my review.
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Not normal at all. Your float may be adjusted too high, causing some "refills". More than likely the flush valve is not "seating" properly, thereby leaking just enough to require a few refills per day. If you turn off the water that supply's the commode, flush out all the water from the water closet, then dry the flush valve with towel paper on the sealing surface, then apply a thin coat of Vaseline to Read More
Not normal at all. Your float may be adjusted too high, causing some "refills". More than likely the flush valve is not "seating" properly, thereby leaking just enough to require a few refills per day. If you turn off the water that supply's the commode, flush out all the water from the water closet, then dry the flush valve with towel paper on the sealing surface, then apply a thin coat of Vaseline to the sealing surface, then let it rest on the bottom seat. Turn the water back on and allow it to refill. If this works for a few weeks and problem returns, may be time for a new flush valve. Read Less
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January 12, 2014
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No, check your water level adjustment inside tank & make sure it's below the overflow tube.
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April 16, 2013
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I wouldn't say that's normal-- ours doesn't do that
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March 29, 2013
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No. We would suggest dropping a food coloring tablet inside of your tank in order to determine if the flush valve is leaking, or if you are having fill valve related issues. After you drop the tablet inside the tank, we would suggest checking to see if the colored water enters the bowl on it's own when you hear the toilet kick back on by itself. If the colored water does enter the bowl, the flush valve Read More
No. We would suggest dropping a food coloring tablet inside of your tank in order to determine if the flush valve is leaking, or if you are having fill valve related issues. After you drop the tablet inside the tank, we would suggest checking to see if the colored water enters the bowl on it's own when you hear the toilet kick back on by itself. If the colored water does enter the bowl, the flush valve or flapper would need replaced. If not, the fill valve assembly is the issue. Read Less
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March 28, 2013
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i have not seen this with ours. and ours has been installed for 2 months now.
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HOW DO YOU SCREW DOWN THE BOWL TO THE RING ON THE FLOOR

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January 26, 2013
YOU KNOW THE SCREWS THAT ARE ON EACH SIDE OF THE BOWL ON THE CADET 3 WITH THE HIDDEEN TRAP THERE ARE NO VISSABLE SCREWS
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There are access holes one on each side of the bowl base near the floor & centered on the waste-line flange. Those should be installed first before setting the bowl onto the floor flange, then there are the white plastic nuts with the three wings, similar to a wing nut that threads down on the anchor bolts. Insert the nuts thru the round access holes, and tighten them on the bolts.
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There are two round holes- one on each side where you screw in the screws. Those holes are then capped with a plastic cap that makes the sides look smooth. You can't see it in the pictures.
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They are hidden. There are access panels on each side of the toilet that let you access the screws.
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The base has holes on either side to access the hold down bolts. When finished, there are plastic snap-in plugs the close the holes.
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The toilet comes with two bolts, you attach them to the bowl ring support (which is screwed into the floor), threads pointing upward, and set the toilet onto them. You can access them to attach the nut through the two holes in the base of the toilet.
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January 27, 2013
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The screws are inside the hole on the side of the bowl where the covers go. That is where you will tighten it down.
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Is the tank insulated? Is your white a bright snow white or a creamy/vanilla white?

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No the tank is not insulated and yes it is bright white.
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I don't know what you mean about "insulated". It is like any other tank. Mine is snow white.
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Tank not insulated....If you lay a sheet of white typing paper on the water closet lid or the commode lid, I would call it an off-white leaning towards the "creamy/vanilla white". If the color is critical, I would advise you to go to the store, go to their paint department, and get some color strips that match the commode on display, then take that color home to match to your decor
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Bright white, no insulation
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April 9, 2013
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This tank is not insulated, the white is a standard white it is not a vanilla or a a bright white finish. You may contact American Standard directly for a color sample.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 92 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by missing parts, looks ok The toilet is definitely not white, not as shown in the picture. It's not available in-store and had to buy it online without looking. While it looks good and is fairly easy to install, a second person will help as it's heavy. A crucial part (retainer on one of the t-bolts) was missing. Had to run to the store and waste almost 2 hours looking for the replacement part. The seat moves a little. The seat cover closes softly and looks nice. After spending thousands of dollars remodeling the whole bathroom, I wish the toilet looked great too. I can't comment on other aspects such as flush strength, water usage as I haven't used it yet. I wouldn't recommend this toilet. August 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Style over comfort This product is stylish and easy to keep clean with the smooth sides. It was easy to install and flushes good even though it uses very little water compared to my old toilet. This is not a comfortable toilet to sit on, you will spend less time reading, which I guess can be a good thing, especially if you have a large family. American Standard really should look at a redesign of the seat. October 11, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Flapper seal leaks, read on. I bought two of those. After 6 month the flapper seal developed small water filled bubbles and therefore does not seal anymore, waste's water. I did not use any bowl cleaners I poked open those bubbles, water came out, then installed seal with the tiny holes facing upwards and this repaired the leaking flapper. this is a well know problem with the seal. I contacted American Standard - will see. October 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice toilet for a small space We were use to a low to the ground toilet, but with extra comfortable seat , fit any tuss! But we are getting older and needed a higher ADA toilet. Not wanting to spend a lot of money, on a tight budget. we chose the Cadet. Good toilet, great flushing action. Good purchase, but if you want a more comfortable toilet, this has a very tiny seat width and diameter. It is functional, and I dont have to worry about my hurting my knees anymore, but for my husband who use to do crossword puzzles and read, it is just not comfortable. But for the money, a good buy. To replace the toilet we had would have cost close to 1000 dollars. Seniors on a budget cannot afford that. This is good for the price. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Best seat in the house? We just finished a down-to-studs rebuild of 1960 bathroom. The new one is spare and clean and the design of the toilet fits in perfectly. The smooth, clean base is great, easy to clean too. Hasn't gotten much use yet, as the rest of the house is not quite ready for habitation, but the workers and I have been impressed with the effectiveness of the flush with so little water. Plumbers didn't mention anything about the installation, so I gave that average. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Design is sleek though color is not bright white. Love how this toilet looks. Almost exactly what I was looking for. Slim design yet gives you enough room for a basket on top of toilet. Though the main pros is the concealed trapway. Love it! Yes the seat is a bit flimsy but I can live with it for now, it can be changed. Will need to read up the trick to remove the seat without uninstalling it but once installed the first time, it's easy. You will need a longer water supply if your toilet was shorter like mine. My old one was 9" but I had a 12" on hand. Couple of things though. It feels like it rocks a little when we get off the toilet seat but it could just need some tightening. The main cons is that the toilet is not bright white. If I had to guess it's more than off white but a very light gray tint. I was expecting pure bright white to match my sink just like my old toilet. It also flushes well, no skid marks. Not too noisy but I don't mind the sound of the flush. August 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by A little disappointed They should have a maybe choice for recommendation. I was looking forward to having an American Standard toilet based on reviews and the commercial. My old Glacier Bay model did not always "get the job done" and I liked the features of this toilet (coating to help keep the bowl clean, everything goes down, etc.) I have found that the toilet does flush quickly, everything goes down, but the toilet bowl itself does not seem to benefit from the added coating and does not live up to the "that's clean" tag line in the commercial. I realize that is for a different model, but this one does advertise on the packaging that the bowl gets clean. I often find that I have to flush the toilet a second time to get the bowl clean of "debris" that may decide to cling. I do not know if this is because the toilet flushes so fast or what, but this irritates me and is the biggest source of my rating and disappointment. The toilet looks good and is comfortable once you get used to the sensations of kind of rocking back (not sure how else to describe it). I do like the slow close lid and seat, but not sure if it is really necessary, unless you have kids that regularly slam the seat down. It does flush somewhat loud, but not intolerably so. Overall, it is ok, but I would not buy it again, but it will due for now because my vinyl plank flooring has been installed around it. August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great look Great looking and working toilet! Has the look of toilets costing twice the price! August 2, 2016
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