Model # 88096

Internet #202305783

Store SKU #237435

DANCO Flush Valve Gasket for Mansfield


Flush Valve Gasket for Mansfield

  • Helps prevent leaks by providing a better seal
  • Perfect fit and took less than 30 seconds to install
  • Easy and cheap repair
$178 /each
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Product Overview

The DANCO flush valve gasket for Mansfield will repair your leaky toilet. The gasket works with Mansfield models #210 or #211 series. It is constructed from rubber to provide durability and strength.

  • Rubber construction provides strength and durability
  • Works with Mansfield models #210 or #211 series
  • 2-1/8 in. I.D. x 3-1/8 in. O.D. x 1/16 in. thickness
  • For use in your toilet system
  • Repairs flush valves
  • Helps prevent leaks by providing a better seal
  • Easy do-it-yourself installation

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this seal work on a Mansfield #160

Asked by: MrGrin
Yes it will.I tried the gray one and it did not seal.
Answered by: Khufu
Date published: 2015-09-20

will this work for model 160 toilet

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it will! I have all Mansfield #160s, replaced all of their flush valves with this one over 6 months ago & they're all doing just fine. Make sure to watch a video or two online to make sure you get proper placement.
Answered by: Jennifer
Date published: 2015-09-20

will this seal work on mansfield 164 toilet?

I purchased a seal with item # 247876 at a competitor (we have no home depot here) and it says it is for a mansfield #210. It seems to be working but is the Model # 9DD0088096 Internet # 202305783 Store SKU # 237435 that you carry made for the mansfield 164.
Asked by: Anonymous
If it has the flush tower then yes. The Mansfield number is 630-0030. Their description is (Original seal for the base of all current mansfield tower style flush valves.) When my toilet began to be hard to flush and broke the handle I called them and they sent a handle and two seals free of charge.
Answered by: tslick
Date published: 2015-09-17

How to install a Mansfield flush valve gasket

My Mansfield low consumption toilet tank leaks water and it is very hard to flush. Sometimes I think the handle will break when I flush. I need to know how to replace the gasket. I am 71 years old and can't afford a plumber. Your help kindly appreciated.
Asked by: Anonymous
Unscrew the cap, take off the flush valve and install in top groove. This is a general explanation, but there are many Youtube videos that show you how to do it correctly.
Answered by: MissNancy
Date published: 2017-07-09
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Customer Reviews

Flush Valve Gasket for Mansfield is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I buy about 6 at a time. This seals works well at first but after about 3 years the chlorine in ... I buy about 6 at a time. This seals works well at first but after about 3 years the chlorine in our water makes the seal disintegrate and leak. I wish they make it out of chlorine resistant silicone.
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW! Actually Fixes the Mansfield HARD to flush problem I saw that others had indicated that this was a possible fix for a hard to flush Mansfield 210/211 Toilet Flush Valve. I didn't see how this Flush Valve Seal could possible work, but sure seemed worth a try versus cost of a plumber. Jimminy Cricket! and Geeze Louise! it really is the correct solution. If you were a plumber and did this all day you could probably do the change out in 10 seconds. I changed out 3. First one was a learning curve and took about 10 minutes, then second one took about 3 minutes and last one took under a minute. Apparently this Flush Valve Seal breaks down from something in the water it does not like and gets a cupped shape and creates a suction seal which makes it extremely hard to push down the handle and flush. Made a believer out of me and definite *YES* it WILL fix a hard to flush problem with a Mansfield Toilet Flush Valve. I didn't even need any tools after I understood how everything worked.
Date published: 2013-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy fix for hard to flush Mansfield toilet. Is your Manfield toilet hard to flush? Feel like your gonna bust the handle off with each flush? This gasket is most likely your problem.
Date published: 2012-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Gasket won't stay seated The toilet and flush valve came with the house I bought 3 years ago. I have replaced the flush valve gasket several times because of leaking. This time the gasket will not stay in the groove. It seems that the groove is no longer deep enough to hold the gasket. I must admit I do you drop in bleach tabs and realize that this is the reason for the gasket failures, but can the bleach also erode the hard plastic groove? What are my options? The design is a bit on the Rube Goldberg side.
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The role of this gasket. After more than a year struggling with my Mansfield tank #163 problems, starting from its toilet handle broken to several new replacement handles very hard to push. Finally when water leaking and very noisy at night happened; the real problem surfaced. After the broken flush valve gasket being replaced, all the problem symptoms gone, including the very hard to push. My suggestion was as long as we saw the toilet handle have starting hard to push symptom; it was time to replace the gasket before the flushing deed came worst. For the instruction how to install, let it be in the first slot we saw after unscrewing the top and took the tube out. After fitting into the slot, this red gasket should not sit on the black gasket but above it.
Date published: 2016-02-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Better than installing whole flusher I keep these things around handy with 3 stools and these crumble about every other year. For a couple of bucks these things slip right over the valve and you're back in business. Wish they made these out of something that lasts longer. I keep these things around handy.
Date published: 2011-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy and cheap repair This gasket will fix the sticky valve problem and water leakage. Make sure to install in top groove of housing not lower groove. You should be able to spin the gasket around housing after it is in groove properly. A butter knife might help in getting into this groove. Failure to get in top groove will result in water leakage around seal. Complaints of water leakage after installation is probably because of this. This is a very easy fix so don't put it off. Rate of gasket deterioration will depend on your water but replacing it once a year is probably average.
Date published: 2014-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Mansfield Design is horrid I have replaced the whole flush valve and the seal with Mansfield parts twice and it still leaks at the red seal. I feel the design of the flush valve is just plain bad. I have tested this over a 5 gallon bucket and had enough water in the tank for the weight to push down on the flush valve. It still has a slow leak no matter what Ive tried. Im never using a Mansfield flush valve again doesn't matter if its OEM parts or a different brand such as this. This is the only place I can review without a login...
Date published: 2014-11-17
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