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American Standard Cadet 3 FloWise Complete No-Tools 2-Piece High Efficiency Round Front Toilet in White-DISCONTINUED
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Cadet 3 FloWise Complete No-Tools 2-Piece High Efficiency Round Front Toilet in White-DISCONTINUED

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The American Standard Cadet 3 2-Piece High Efficiency Round Toilet in White features a separate tank and bowl in a 2-piece design. The toilet also features a rounded bowl minimizing the space impact of the toilet while the white China material fits in with most any bath decor. For convenience, the toilet comes with a seat for ready use and a wax ring to seal the toilet during installation.

  • 2-piece design with separate bowl and tank
  • Rounded bowl shape
  • Vitreous China material in a White finish to blend with most any decor
  • Comes with bolt caps to cover installation bolts
  • Includes toilet seat
  • Includes wax ring to seal the toilet at connection point
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I do not see the height from the floor to the seat; is this considered chair height? If not, how high is it from floor to the rim of the bowl? Thanks

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October 9, 2011
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March 18, 2012
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15 inches from floor to the china rim. The plastic seat sits above the rim maybe 1/2 to 1 inch.
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February 6, 2012
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The Rim is 15" from the floor on this model.
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Dover NH
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November 7, 2011
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15" to rim, this is not the nice, higher toilet. that one costs quite a bit more.
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October 25, 2011
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I would reccomend going to the American Standard web site to get specific dimensions. This is what I did and it gave me all the information I needed.
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October 12, 2011
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Yes, chair height. It's a pretty standard height, about 15". Tall people sit more comfortably with 16 or even 17". I am 6'2" and have no problems sitting and thinking ...
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October 10, 2011
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This toilet has the standard chair height it is 15" from the rim of the bowl less seat to the floor. This dimension is located on the spec sheet located on American Standard's website.
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Is Am Standard Toilet model 2330.128NT.020 12 or 14 inches from wall?

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February 3, 2012
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May 17, 2012
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the one I got has a 12 " rough-in
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March 18, 2012
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The bolts which attach the toilet and are on the centerline of the outlet are 12" from the wall in our house and the toilet clears the wall by about an inch or so.
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February 22, 2012
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Yes this has the water quality seal.
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February 6, 2012
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12" Rough in. Which means the center of the outlet drain on the toilet is 12" from the wall.
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February 4, 2012
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Please contact American Standard Brands for assistance.
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WHAT TYPE OF FLUSH KIT COMES WITH THIS TOILET

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Brook Park
December 22, 2011
In other words does it have the old ball and chain system?
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May 17, 2012
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the one I bought has something similar to this:
Fluidmaster 400A Toilet Tank Fill Valve
Model # 400ARP25
Internet # 100554467
Store SKU # 147966
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March 18, 2012
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A chain connects the flusher handle to the outlet flap. There is no ball ... the float is on a column coming up from where the water supply is.
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February 7, 2012
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No ball and chain. Uses the new float system. Less maintenance.
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February 6, 2012
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This ha s a 3" flapper type valve system. The components are all Fluidmaster brand and are of good quality
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December 22, 2011
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This has a 3" flapper\flushvalve standard flush valve.
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September 19, 2011
I need the height of this 2 piece from floor to top of tank assemble. I have a shelf over the tank like most Condo's and need to make sure this will fit. And also, do you deliver to the Plantation on Tamiamit?
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February 7, 2012
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Yes, I had the same problem. My shelf in 30 inches. This was 1 of 2 that I found would fit. I went with this 1 and was a great choice.
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October 25, 2011
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I reccomend going to the American Standard wesite to get dimentions. This is what I did and received the information that I needed. The toilet was easy to install and I knew it would fit before installation.
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October 12, 2011
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2' 5". But I hope that shelf is removable. You'll be lifting the tank top & diddling, fixing & replacing parts all the time, just like with any other toilet. i would say you want at least 2' above the tank top for that.
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September 20, 2011
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The overall height is 28-7/8"
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Customer Reviews

Cadet 3 FloWise Complete No-Tools 2-Piece High Efficiency Round Front Toilet in White-DISCONTINUED is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 161.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cadet 3 Toilet Stanard height, Round Front This product is Great! I only had to provide my own tools to remove the old toilet and to connect the water supply. The lower water usage has saved considerably on my water bill. Total installation was complete in about an hour, including run back to the store to get a longer water supply line. This tank sits higher and farther away than my old toilet. This toilet package cost me less than the identical toilet I installed last January, and supplied the wax ring and new mounting bolts +! +!. I spent more time cleaning than actually installing the toilet.
Date published: 2011-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great after adjustments Bought two of these to replace the original 80's models that came with our house. After install, the toilets would barely flush unless I held down the lever. After scouring the web for an answer, it turns out there is an adjustment on the bottom of the flapper. I turned mine up to 9 (from 3) and now have a VERY powerful flush. I'm disappointed that American Standard didn't put this in the instructions. Also be sure to follow the instructions to adjust the water level for optimal performance. One of mine was too low and one was too high.
Date published: 2011-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Toilet - Great Price I just replaced an original toilet in my 20+ year old townhouse with the American Standard Cadet 3 and I'm completely satisified with it. Installation was a breeze & the toilet is an ECO friendly product. My old toilet clogged constantly. I've had this one installed for just over 1 week now and it hasn't clogged once (even with a 3 year old in the house). Although this product comes with everything you need, if the a plastic toilet seat isn't your cup of tea, you might want to consider picking up something a little more durable before you leave the store. I'm using the seat that came with the toilet and I'm pleased with it, but be forewarned that it is plastic. Overall this was a great purchase!
Date published: 2011-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply a Great Toilet We figured it was time to replace one of the toilets that was installed in our house when it was new in '88. The cast iron was showing through at the bottom and we were having constant blockages and hoped a better toilet would alleviate these problems. This toilet was easy to install, and it only took my wife and I a short time to install it. We actually took more time removing the old toilet and cleaning the floor flange than actually installing the new toilet. We have had it for over a year now and I can safely say we can throw away the plunger for that bathroom since we haven't needed it since we installed this toilet. We plan to install another one in our second bath very soon since it performs great, looks great, and has a great price.
Date published: 2011-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This toilet by American Standard saved my day. I bought this American Standard model after a whole day of stress trying to install the $98 Glacier Bay model. American standard made it INCREDIBLY EASY TO INSTALL!!!!!! No joke, i was about to throw the glacier bay ones on the ground. Opening the box i was so pleased to find detailed, clear, and simple instructions and nice pictures. I didn't even need ANY TOOLS, just my hands!!!!! It felt as easy as 1, 2, 3! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS MODEL. I think it took 30 min to install and it was actually fun! DO NOT BUY ANY OTHER BRAND! BUY AMERICAN STANDARD.
Date published: 2011-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from skeptic consumer this is a great toilet-flushes great-replaced an older model-quiet-great price-quality-will purchase again-HD was helpful in the purchase
Date published: 2011-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from put this toilet together and it will flush away all your problems down the drain. My son who is a plumber prefers another brand of toilet that HD doesn't sell, and he told me that if I had to get one from HD, to get one that was almost twice the price. According to him this brand would have better flushing power. Beain that I am a blind person, I couldn't see all of the toilets out there. HD was kind enough to let me climb up on the ladder and look/feel all of the toilets on display. I was able to look at all but the Glacier Bay Series. They were placed up near the ceiling, and not easily reachable from the floor.   Yes, by looking/feeling the more expensive toilets, I could tell what my son was talking about. After reading the reviews I was sure I could find something less expensive, and that would do the job adequately. ... and indeed so I did. Enter Stage Right, the American Standard Cadet Three FlowWise Series of Toilets. This particular one is white and and has the round bowl shape.   This was my first installation of a toilet myself. in deciding which toilet to buy, I basically looked at this one and a similarly priced competitor. The fact that this toilet needs no tools, or almost no tools was enticing to me.   putting this toilet together was a real breeze. I didn't use the wax ring that came with it. It was suggested by a friend, who also helps me do the apartment maintenance around here, to use the cheaper wax ring without the flange around it, so solids would not be hampered to go down the seuer line. The hole on the bottom of the toilet is actually even with the bottom sides of the toilet. So you might be able to get away with the cheaper wax ring. Save the one that comes with the toilet for a different project. In my case, the flange and the floor were even with each other. Reviews of the taller version of the Cadet Three FlowWise Series seem to indicate that you will in some cases need the extra thick wax ring.   After repairing one of the flanges where the bolt goes, the actual project took no more than 30 minutes or so from start to finish.   I did happen to look at the hole where the rubber gasket fits between the bowl and tank. The hole was smooth. My only gripe in its construction is that I wish a second washer and bolt would have been included that would go between the bowl and tank to further guard against any possible future leaks. That's just the overkill in me. If this makes you feel better, you can if so desired get the fluid Master kit and add those washers and nuts yourself. Won't hurt, but it's really not necessary.   A couple of tips are in order.: If you find that your toilet is spitting at you when you flush it, you can remove the little regulator that is inline inside the flushing unit. This requires a flathead medium blade screwdriver. Just push up inside the flushing unit, until the tip is against the top of the unit. then make sure the flat blade is against the side of the unit. You can then pull straight down and bring out the little rubber piece. It kinda looks like a corkscrew. This will result in roughly about from 1.28 GPF to about 1.3 GPF of water usage. It will also make the sound of the toilet much louder and almost objectionable. your toilet will however fill up faster, like half the time. If you are in an area where the water pressure is low, then by removing this regulator this could be a good thing.   Yes, I too had to adjust the water level so it wouldn't overflow the pipe where the fill hose is. i set it to just roughly an eighth of an inch below the top of the pipe.   As an earlier review had mentioned, you can adjust the flapper so that you don't have to hold down the handle for a more powerful flush. I adjusted the setting from three to 10. Nine and ten completely close off the little opening of the flapper, thus helping the flapper to stay up in the air til the flush is done. Do this little adjustment before you turn on the water to fill up the toilet for the first time. i would suggest you talk to American Standard's tech support and ask them how to do this adjustment on the flapper.   it is important to make sure you contact American Standard and talk to the nice lady who handles the warranty. She was courteous, and helpful in answering all of my technical questions. You have a limited lifetime on the China, or at least five yeares, as long as the breakage isn't your fault, and you haven't moved the toilet from where you installed it. You also have Five years on the parts, and one year on the seat. not bad at all!   People say the toilet seat is flimsy. I disagree. If you use a flathead screwdriver and after positioning the toilet seat where you want it, then tighten down those bolts. The seat is then very firm from side to side. Sure, it would be nice to have a better seat, but this one is comfortable enough for now. That why I say this toilet needs no tools, or almost no tools to put it together.   To attest how well this toilet won't clog, we recently had some relatives staying with us. My wife told me that it looked like there was at least a half a roll of Charmin in the toilet. She flushed it, and at first the toilet water went up to the rim, and then the water disapated down the hole along with all that toilet paper. Wait til I tell my son about that one. And that was before I read the review about the adjustable flapper, and made the adjustment.   This toilet sits a bit lower to the ground than I am used to. It is 15 inches from the floor to the base where the seat lays. If that is a problem for you, then get the Cadet Three FlowWise, version that is 16.5 inches high. That version comes with the ADA stamp of Approval on it. Looking around the net, this Cadet series was mentioned as a Best buy. I can't speak for other brands, but all I know this one is a keeper. You will not go wrong if you get this particular series of American Standard toilets. One of the Sales persons at HD told me he had not to long ago purchase the taller version of this toilet, and was surprised at how well this worked for him. Sure, you can spend a lot more money on a toilet, ... but why bother. Get the American Standard Cadet three FlowWise toilet, or the taller version of this toilet. and you won't be sorry for your purchase at all.
Date published: 2012-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from here's johnny excellent toilet for the $. install with no tools in about 45 mins. very good instuctions with detaild pictures. flush power good, hold handle a little longer for solid waste. so satisfied, I bought another one for my second bathroom.
Date published: 2011-03-29
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