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American Standard Champion 4 Chair Height 2-Piece 1.6 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White
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Discontinued American Standard

Champion 4 Chair Height 2-Piece 1.6 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White

  • Chair height design for sitting/standing ease
  • 2-3/8 in. trap way and 4 in. flush valve- reduces clogged toilets
  • Durable vitreous china for cleaner, long-lasting use

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The American Standard Champion 4 is the undisputed leader in high performance toilets. With the industry's widest 2-3/8 in. trap way and 4 in. flush valve, it virtually eliminated clogged toilets for homeowners and call backs for plumbers. It is made from durable vitreous china and includes a tank and plastic toilet seat. The toilet's elongated shape is ideal for retrofitting projects in mid- and large-sized lavatories. It is ADA compliant.

  • 2-piece design features a separate tank and bowl
  • Elongated bowl for greater comfort
  • Right Height design features a height comparable to that of a standard chair to make sitting down and standing up easier for people of all ages
  • Uses 1.6-gal. per flush to help you save on water usage compared to a 3.5-gal. per flush toilet
  • Constructed with durable vitreous china for cleaner, long-lasting use
  • Champion 4 flushing system features 4 in. piston action accelerator flush valve
  • Includes tank, bowl, trip-lever, seat with cover, speed connect tank-to-bowl coupling kit, bolt caps and wax ring
  • 10 Year Warranty
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for an Am Standard two-piece toilet, the price says $218 EA ... Does that mean the buyer pays for the tank and the stool separately?

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November 7, 2011
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Shoreline, WA, USA
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January 18, 2012
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No, you get both pieces combined for $218.
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January 10, 2012
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No, the price include tank, stool and self-closing seat. I just bought one.
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December 28, 2011
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No, the price is for both pieces, the tank and the bowl together.
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Georgia, USA
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December 18, 2011
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The American Standard toilet Champion 4 comes as a kit. Every thing you need except for a box cutter to get it out of the box. It even comes with a okay seat.
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November 29, 2011
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the ones that say on the box no tools required or complete, are not supposed to require tools. But read review on AS champion 2 piece--the supplied tools may or may not help. The champion 4 has a very poor tank/bowl design. The bowl itself flushes great, the tank bowl union and the oversized gasket cause problems snugging it down with the cheap supplied plastic wrenches (only really good for getting it Read More
the ones that say on the box no tools required or complete, are not supposed to require tools. But read review on AS champion 2 piece--the supplied tools may or may not help. The champion 4 has a very poor tank/bowl design. The bowl itself flushes great, the tank bowl union and the oversized gasket cause problems snugging it down with the cheap supplied plastic wrenches (only really good for getting it started and cranked down to within about 1/8" or so), and for the toilet seat. Be prepared to have a 1/2" long socket/wratchet with the champion 4. And don't tighten it per the instructions (to where it says the tank should be touching on both sides) or else risk cracking the tank. Read Less
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November 22, 2011
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The kit is complete including the slow close toilet seat.
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November 10, 2011
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No, it comes with everything for $218 (including wax ring & bolts)
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November 9, 2011
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Hello Valued Customer,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. Model # 2586.000ST.020, Internet # 202597486 is priced at $218.00 ea/each. The pricing is for both tank and bowl. The 2-piece design features a separate tank and bowl. This model includes tank, bowl, trip-lever, seat with cover, Speed Connect tank-to-bowl coupling kit, bolt caps and wax ring. A great buy!
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Hello Valued Customer,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. Model # 2586.000ST.020, Internet # 202597486 is priced at $218.00 ea/each. The pricing is for both tank and bowl. The 2-piece design features a separate tank and bowl. This model includes tank, bowl, trip-lever, seat with cover, Speed Connect tank-to-bowl coupling kit, bolt caps and wax ring. A great buy!
Most orders ship within 1 business days.
Please allow an additional 5-10 business days for Basic Home Delivery in the Continental U.S. Basic Home Delivery service includes delivery to your door or first dry area.
If you have any additional questions or need assistance placing an online order, please feel free to contact our Online Customer Service department at 800-430-3376.
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Am I supposed to hold the handle down to complete the flush?

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October 20, 2012
If I push down and release the handle, I only get a 60% flush. Have to hold down until the water drains to where it's supposed to.
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I haven't had this problem .... I don't hold the handle down and it's been fine.
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Yes, but it won't help.
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April 4, 2016
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Same problem here will not flush if you don't hold the handle down.
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Marlton, NJ
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April 18, 2015
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Yes, Hold the handle down for about a second and it gets a complete flush. I know that some toilets all you have to do is flick the handle real quick and it flushes but this one requires you to hold it for about a second or less. My 5 year old has no problem flushing at all. It's not hard to do or anything just slightly different but that's good since its the best flusher out there.
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February 17, 2015
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no.....just flush like normal. No holding down on this toilet. Have had it now for about a month and have not had any problems with it.
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October 23, 2012
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If it is a 1.28 gpf toilet you may have to hold the trip lever down. The flapper closes very quickly as to not allow much water through. You can also shorten your chain. That will keep the flapper open a little longer.
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Princeton, NJ, USA
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October 21, 2012
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If you hold the handle down, it should be 1.6 GPH. Just pushing down and releasing it should be around 1.28 which is fine. I haven't had to hold down the lever unless it was a plenty heavy load, if you know what i mean.
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Which seat is included with this toilet?

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February 27, 2012
Is the seat included with this toilet the Slow-Close Seat, or a different one?
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Denver, CO
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November 6, 2012
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With the package we purchased, the seat was included. We were pleased to find that the seat was a slow-close; a nice feature.
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Houston, TX, USA
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March 10, 2012
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Mine had all the parts except the water supply line, which you should replace if it is over a couple years old. It even has handles for the tank bolts so you don't need a wrench.
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March 7, 2012
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yes it comes with a slow-closed seat included
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Madison, WI
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March 7, 2012
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The seat that came with my Champion 4 was a slow-close, high quality seat, however, it did not have the easy quick-release seat attachments, which I really miss.
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Morrice, MI 48857, USA
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March 6, 2012
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The slow close seat is purchased separtely. Don't go cheap on it or you will regret it.
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February 28, 2012
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Please contact American Standard Brands for assistance.
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i have a water leak where the tank sets on the toilet, what is the cause?

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Schertz TX
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January 10, 2012
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I experienced a small leak during the initial install. I then tightened each side just a little bit at a time so that it would tighten evenly and not overly tight. The leak stopped.
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You haven't tightened the bolts connecting the tank to bowl enough to compress the gaskets and get a tight seal.
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Tighten your tank nuts down with the tools provided. Make sure you tighten them evenly (side to side).
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same here..because it's a poor design and/or poor qc on the tank and gaskets. the instructions want you to crank it down until the tank is level i.e. touching the top of the bowl (the full length rib on the front, both sides and the tabs on the back both sides). problem is, you will never get it fully touching back and front on both sides without likely cracking the tank. and the flimsy plastic wrenches Read More
same here..because it's a poor design and/or poor qc on the tank and gaskets. the instructions want you to crank it down until the tank is level i.e. touching the top of the bowl (the full length rib on the front, both sides and the tabs on the back both sides). problem is, you will never get it fully touching back and front on both sides without likely cracking the tank. and the flimsy plastic wrenches are only really good for installing the seat and to get the tank bolts started and cranked down part of the way. even if you get the tank fully level and don't manage to have it crack, there is so much pressure on it by then it's only a matter of time until something may give.. great bowl/flush but poor tank/bowl union design and gasket Read Less
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November 22, 2011
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Make sure your gasket is seated properly first. I was worried about tightening the bolts further for fear of cracking the tank, but I found that if you lightly rocked the toilet tank from side to side and exerted some slight pressure on the top of the tank on each side as you tightened, you could get a few more twists in on the bolt nuts.
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September 21, 2011
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If the tank is not properly installed or is not completley flushed to the bowl it is possible for the toilet to leak.
The tank is meant to fit securely onto the bowl. The tank to bowl gasket, which is very thick, gives the impression that the tank cannot fit further down onto the bowl. If the tank was placed onto the back of the bowl, without the gasket between them, and they can be placed flush
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If the tank is not properly installed or is not completley flushed to the bowl it is possible for the toilet to leak.
The tank is meant to fit securely onto the bowl. The tank to bowl gasket, which is very thick, gives the impression that the tank cannot fit further down onto the bowl. If the tank was placed onto the back of the bowl, without the gasket between them, and they can be placed flush together, then that is the optimum placement for the connection. When the gasket is between them, you will have a slight difference in placement, but the tank should sit in the same position.
The best way to install the Champion 4 tank is to place the tank directly over the bolt holes to see how the tank will fit onto the bowl. This is not a necessary step but may help inexperienced installers. Be careful not to slam the tank down or the china may crack. After seeing how to place the tank, pull the tank off, put the gasket on the bottom of the tank, and then reapply the tank as you did before. Have a helper gently shift the tank down and back so that it stays in position. Keep tightening the bolts by hand, a little on each side, until you cannot tighten any more. Then use a wrench or deep socket wrench to tighten each side 1/4 turn until the tank meets the bowl. The tank should never rock or be loose. If it is, it is not tightened down properly, and you may have to remove the tank and try starting the process over. If you are concerned that you may break the tank, wait a week for the gasket to flatten out and retighten another 1/4 turn each side until snug. Do not over-tighten the bolts or the tank will crack under the pressure. Read Less
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 202 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great toilet Best toilet. Stays clean longer and elongated seat is comfortable. Was not as easy to install as described. Did need to use a deep socket set to tighten the reservoir to the base. The plastic tools included would not do a proper seal. Also the wax ring was contorted in shipping but we exchanged it at the local store with no problem. Am buying a second one soon. Wish it came in bone color October 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No Replacement Parts - Poor Quality The flapper gasket in this toilet deteriorate and bubble after a few months. There are no 4" replacement parts for this toilet. I just came back from Home Depot and was told to check on eBay for a replacement valve. I was also told by the Home Depot guys to replace the toilet! It lasted 6 whole months! Looks great but leaks and cannot be repaired only replaced. Total rip-off. October 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Champion toilet Ordered 2 American standard champion model 2586.000ST.020. One arrived with broken base. Tried to reorder but said it was discontinued. Unfortunately I had to settle with another model. Still waiting for delvy service to pickup damaged one so I can be credited. The toilet itself works great but don't like the flushing handle. Hugs toilet tank and has sharp edges. October 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Champion 4 The champion 4 toilet is the worst toilet I have ever purchased . Need to flush 3 to 4 times to get solids down very weak flush. Plugs easily. Do not recommend this product. September 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality. I can not recommend this product. It was obvious someone at America Standard decided to patch various cracks with cheap blaze and plumber's putty. I do not know how this passed quality inspection. I wasted over 5 hours and now I have to return it back to HomeDepot. The box is very heavy for one person to lift. I'm really upset about this experience. No toilet seat for the family 2nd floor bedroom area until I return this one tomorrow and get a different brand. December 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Crapper I did a lot of research. This is the one you want. 1.6 gal is as big as you can get. The flush valve is 4", allowing more water thru at a flush. The throat is the largest made. It says single flush, but if you just hit the lever lightly it flushes #1 without using too much water. Hold the lever down for #2. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great performance Flushes perfectly.... Great replacement for the pressure assisted toilet I had August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best for large BM, Handicap people In 2009 I put 2 of these toilets in my handicap mother and handicap older sister's FL home because they were having problems with flushing and needed the comfort height. Since I am not there to plunge the toilet for every use for them this was the best chose. When I moved into the farm house in WI I was having troubles with the existing toilet in 2010. I know I was getting older and both my mother and sister would be coming to visit, I got this toilet to replace the one here. We have never had to plunge since. Now my younger sister is handicap and is in a group home in north WI and trying to get them to replace the toilet with one of these toilets. I hope they will or I am going to be changing another toilet for them. My daughter has asked my advice for a toilet for her mother in law and I told her this one. It is the best there is for problem free flushing and don’t use a lot of water. This has been the best chose for our family all around. It is easy to install because they provide you with the special tool to attach the tank onto the base unit. If I am a woman and can install it anyone can. May 11, 2016
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