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American Standard Champion 4 Flush Valve Assembly
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Discontinued American Standard

Champion 4 Flush Valve Assembly

  • Save money by not having to call a plumber
  • Easy installation with flush valve wrench included

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Meet the Champion 4, the undisputed leader in high performance toilets. With the industries widest 2-3/8 in. trap-way and 4 in. flush valve, it created a plunger free world for homeowners and virtually eliminated clogged toilet call backs for plumbers. The Champion will move a mass 70% larger than the industry standard. It achieves the highest bulk removal rating of 1,000 grams and will even flush a bucket of golf balls. Which means you can flush with confidence and never worry about plunging a toilet again. Champion 4 replacement flush valve for the industry’s largest trap-way. Assembly includes valve with valve seal, nut & removal tool. Components are developed with quality engineering & construction for reliable performance.

  • To be used with the American Standard Champion toilet
  • Provides a powerful flush
  • Easy to install
  • Durable construction
  • 4 in. flush valve
  • Flush valve seal and nut included
  • Removal tool included

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is there a replacment flapper or do i buy the whole assy.

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February 23, 2016
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First try this before buying blue gasket .Unscrew black plastic wingnut flip gasket over put back together,be sure to line up the 4 guide notches.
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September 8, 2015
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I believe the assembly is only sold as a complete unit. The dome type green part is not sold alone. The blue gasket seal may be purchased separately as a replacement.
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you have to buy the whole thing, be VERY careful and you can disassemble the flapper valve and reassemble it in the unit. Ended up I tossed the rest. IF you are replacing the flapper just be careful there are a couple "gotchas" in the dis assembly. Which by now I am sure you found out
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September 2, 2014
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Yes, the Korky Flush Valve Replacement Seal is about $5.98 and can be purchased at Home Depot. The original American Standard part is blue, the replacement part is red. This is the part of the Champion 4 flush valve assembly that usually needs replacing.
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Fairbank, IA, USA
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January 14, 2014
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It comes as a whole assembly, which gives you the seal and the seat so they match up together
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November 8, 2013
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All you need is the seal kit part number 7301111-0070a.
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Does this assembly include a flush valve wrench?

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Yes it does. Visit American Standard on line to see their very nice tutorial on how to change the flush mechanism. You can see this white plastic wrench. It works quite nicely. Remember, it's plastic and not titanium so you should hold it on with one hand as you tighten it with the other. You'll know when it has been tightened enough. Rough in by hand and then give it another quarter turn with the wrench Read More
Yes it does. Visit American Standard on line to see their very nice tutorial on how to change the flush mechanism. You can see this white plastic wrench. It works quite nicely. Remember, it's plastic and not titanium so you should hold it on with one hand as you tighten it with the other. You'll know when it has been tightened enough. Rough in by hand and then give it another quarter turn with the wrench as it tells you in the online tutorial. Read Less
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yes, my problem was one of the boys decided he was going to help replace the seal which was leaking and in the process of re installing, due to a lack of background knowledge, he succeeded in smashing the entire assy to remarkably small fragments. You do not say what the problem you had was ...............
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September 23, 2014
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Yes, it has a wrench to remove the fitting from the tank. That is the only positive thing I can say about it however.
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Yes a flush valve wrench is included in the package.
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July 15, 2014
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Yes, it should.
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Is there a replacement flush valve shorter than 4 inches?

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Las Vegas, NV
June 15, 2013
We just purchased 2 Campion 4 toilets. One is installed and we are not satisfied with the flush at all. There is no way this flushes a bucket of golf balls! The problem seems to be not enough water being released to accomplish the job. Since the valve is 4 in. high from the bottom of the tank, there is 4 in. of water sitting there doing nothing. Is there a replacement valve shorter than 4 in. to allow more water to flow? Also I notice the valve on the 1 pice toilets is much lower, is that a possible replacement I can use?
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I don't think so. This assembly is made to use with the traditional taller tank. A lower tank as found on one-piece toilets does not provide enough 'height' to generate the water force this assembly was designed to work with. You may have noticed at the bottom of the toilet that there are TWO large openings for flush water. The muscle for the Am. Std 4 toilets occurs when the 1.6 volume rushes in through Read More
I don't think so. This assembly is made to use with the traditional taller tank. A lower tank as found on one-piece toilets does not provide enough 'height' to generate the water force this assembly was designed to work with. You may have noticed at the bottom of the toilet that there are TWO large openings for flush water. The muscle for the Am. Std 4 toilets occurs when the 1.6 volume rushes in through the opening facing your feet to get everything moving through the rear. That's how the magic works. Increasing the height of the mechanism (Raising the green tower) will not improve the efficiency of the assembly and may, in fact, reduce it. Read Less
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You may have to raise your flush valve to get additional water. I have two of these toilets installed and love them. Prior to installing them I had to use a plunger almost every flush. Now I never have to use a plunger. Also This toilet does not require as much water in the flush because of the manner the toilet is built. It has a large throat and not as much of a curve in the tube as a regular toilet. Read More
You may have to raise your flush valve to get additional water. I have two of these toilets installed and love them. Prior to installing them I had to use a plunger almost every flush. Now I never have to use a plunger. Also This toilet does not require as much water in the flush because of the manner the toilet is built. It has a large throat and not as much of a curve in the tube as a regular toilet. Please give this toilet a chance and I believe you will like it. Read Less
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June 17, 2013
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I am not aware of a shorter valve replacement.
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June 17, 2013
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The flush valve that comes with the champion toilet is the only valve available for the champion.
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You should be able to raise the level of water in the tank. That adjustment is on the inlet side. The instructions that came with the valve should have the specifications to set that level. You might also check out the Utube install video. Also take a look at the length of the chain to the flapper valve. If you adjust it a little longer it may allow the water in the tank to fill more before it releases Read More
You should be able to raise the level of water in the tank. That adjustment is on the inlet side. The instructions that came with the valve should have the specifications to set that level. You might also check out the Utube install video. Also take a look at the length of the chain to the flapper valve. If you adjust it a little longer it may allow the water in the tank to fill more before it releases it to the flush. Read Less
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Is there a replacement flush valve for the 4 inch flush.

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Yes. Check on line. The complete unit sells for around $30 and is worth it. It arrives with a blue gasket seal. I recommend buying a second (spare) one for use down the road. The gasket and hardware to fasten the tank to the toilet are usually not needed but are also available from Am. Std. if you need them.
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yes it is available thru H/D got mine in 4 days it was plug and play.
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No
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December 9, 2014
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The flush valve is part number 3174.002-0070a.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 82 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by for the want of a valve I had to buy nearly the whole toilet They sure did not have the average homeowner in mind when they decided to make this a complete assy. All I needed was the flapper assy and if I was not mechanically inclined getting it disassembled installed and working would have been a disaster of broken parts. I still cannot conceive what A/S had in mind sending me the whole assy. Would have entailed disassembling the tank from the bowl and rebuilding the inside components. But, I got it up and running in about 20 minutes. As you can see, changing out the whole assy would have been horrible. September 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Correct Product This is the correct product for American Standard Champion Toilets. Only problem with installation is it is time consuming and requires removal of tank from toilet. Although the ghost leak problem is caused by a poor fitting or worn seal, to correct the problem adequately entire assembly required at a fairly costly expense when compared to cost of seal. In so much as the seal leaked in only four years of use, the quality can be listed only as average or fair. So goes the value. A good toilet with a poor valve arrangement is a downer. I recommend only because it is the only option available unless you wish to replace toilet. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great buy All went well. Very happy. Blah blah blah blah blah. March 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by don't get a full flush new design uses less water because it sits 3 inches off the bottom of the tank so you have all that water that is not used in the flush. had to glue a 2 1/2 in piece of pipe on top so I could adjust the water level to get a better flush. am not at max water level and still don't always get a good flush. used to be a great toilet, now it's a piece of junk July 2, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Champio4 Ghost Flush The flush valve is really easy to change. Solved the problem with ghost flushes or water leaking from the tank to the bowl. Really only needed the blue gasket to be replaced which had the common problem of a bubble in it. Instructions need to be more specific about the importance of correctly clocking the top cup to stop the leaking. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Big Improvement The old style "guts" of my Champion toilet were the weakest link before. They quit working like they should within the first year. To order replacement parts was very expensive. All too soon they needed to be replaced again. This redesign seems like it should work much better! I have not had it installed long enough to be sure but just the way it is made and how it works so far is much more promising. Plus the price was about a forth of the price of the old original parts. Once again I have a dependable toilet! January 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works better than the original Should be sold in your store. My neighbor, a professional plumber, could not find it, because American Standard had discontinued the original style. Found an instructional video on YouTube and was able to identify and put it in myself. March 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Champion Toilet Renewal For several years our Champion toilet has had problems with the flush valve always clunking and occasionally slipping and not flushing the toilet. I recently researched the valve and discovered that they had completely changed the mechanism. On receiving the replacement valve, I proceeded to install it and wound up with a leak, which had nothing to do with the flush valve, but was due to failing to replace the tank to bowl gasket. A trip to Home Depot for the $4 gasket, and the leak was fixed. The toilet now works flawlessly, however, the only small problem with the new flush valve is that it is much harder to press the handle to flush the toilet. September 15, 2015
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