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Delta Brevard 2-piece 1.28 GPF Elongated Toilet in White with FlushIQ
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Brevard 2-piece 1.28 GPF Elongated Toilet in White with FlushIQ

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This high-efficiency Delta Brevard two-piece elongated toilet is equipped with FlushIQ functionality that protects against overflows and leaks, and enables hands-free flushing. Simply wave your hand past the flush sensor to release a conservative 1.28 Gal. of water-ample volume to thoroughly rinse and drain the elongated toilet bowl but modest enough to merit the EPA's WaterSense distinction for supreme efficiency. Built-in battery-powered sensors detect tank leaks and monitor water levels in the bowl to pre-empt overflows, making this commode not only green-friendly but upkeep-savvy.

  • Includes toilet tank with cover, elongated closed-front soft-closing seat with lid, toilet bowl, wax ring, mounting hardware and SmartFit multi-tool
  • High-efficiency toilet quietly delivers ample flushing power aided by jet siphoning action
  • Leak detection and overflow protection monitored by built-in sensors (4 AA batteries included, or power with 4 separately-sold C batteries)
  • Flush rated at 1.28 GPF, meeting the EPA’s WaterSense efficiency standards
  • Seat rests 16-1/2 in. above the floor, which conforms to ADA chair height standards
  • Touch-free flush sensor releases water with the wave of a hand
  • Equipped with a 3 in. flush valve and a 2 in. fully glazed trapway
  • No additional tools required for installation
  • SmartFit tank-to-bowl connection optimizes fastening and prevents over-tightening
  • Constructed of durable crack-resistant vitreous china
  • Toilet won't flush when bowl water exceeds a certain threshold, preventing overflow
  • Built-in sanitary dam prevents liquids from accumulating between the bowl and tank
  • Lifetime limited chinaware warranty; 5-year limited mechanical/electronics warranty
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How long do the batteries last on this unit?

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portland oregon
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July 22, 2016
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according to factory 2 years of normal use with AAA and up to 5 years using C
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Plano, TX
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June 4, 2016
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I've had this toilet for about 6 months now in our guest bathroom. We have to replace the "C" batteries about every three weeks with very light use (< one flush per day).
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March 24, 2016
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I have had mine for 6 months and hardly use it and I am changing the 4 C batteries for a second time.
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October 29, 2015
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Battries dont last we have replaced ours a dozen times
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Bothell, Washington
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December 31, 2014
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The battery should last one year per their instruction but this means that the battery would last 365 days flushing only 5 times a day. So, approximately 1800 flushes with AA batteries and 3600 flushes with C size batteries.
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Indianapolis, IN
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October 20, 2014
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Hi,
Thank you for your question about the Brevard 2-piece Elongated Toilet with FlushIQ. The unit is able to use 4 AA batteries, or 4 C batteries. Using 4 AA give you a standard use of about 2 years where as using 4 C batteries gives you roughly 5 years of standard use.
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Our sensor will not light up. So now it will not flush. We changed batteries but no luck. What's up??

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August 28, 2015
Can't find anything in the manual about the sensor not lighting up other than resetting it. We tried to hold it in for 7 seconds and we tried waiting 10 minutes, but nothing happens and it won't reset. Now what?? We need help quickly!
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portland oregon
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July 22, 2016
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Did you end up getting a new toilet? This flushiq is so unreliable. I questioned why I purchased two of these toilets. Hopefully for you it was just simply installing one of the batteries upside down.
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November 14, 2015
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It was the Batties
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September 30, 2015
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Delta service department has been very helpful to us with this problem. Glad for the 5 year warranty which they have honored. You will regret, however, asking for the internal parts to be replaced with another IQ system. It has a basic defect...subject to moisture intrusion...and will very likely fail again after a period of months. We were glad to hear that they will send a completely new tank with Read More
Delta service department has been very helpful to us with this problem. Glad for the 5 year warranty which they have honored. You will regret, however, asking for the internal parts to be replaced with another IQ system. It has a basic defect...subject to moisture intrusion...and will very likely fail again after a period of months. We were glad to hear that they will send a completely new tank with manual flush lever instead of the IQ parts. Better to replace that now than go through more hassle down the road. Delta should, however cover the difference between the cost of the standard flush handle toilet and the IQ toilet. Read Less
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St Augustine, FL
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September 18, 2015
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Call Delta Toilets at 1-855-345-1345. They will have to send you a new FlushIQ system to install in the tank. I just ordered my replacement parts for my 3-month-old toilet. The battery compartment got water in it from just normal use and the system is dead. Same symptoms as you: no light, no flush, no fill. You can manually flush by pushing down on the red lever inside the tank, but it will not refill. Read More
Call Delta Toilets at 1-855-345-1345. They will have to send you a new FlushIQ system to install in the tank. I just ordered my replacement parts for my 3-month-old toilet. The battery compartment got water in it from just normal use and the system is dead. Same symptoms as you: no light, no flush, no fill. You can manually flush by pushing down on the red lever inside the tank, but it will not refill. You will have to refill the tank with a bucket until your replacement parts come. It will take 7-10 days to get to you according to the rep I just spoke with, so don't delay! Read Less
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August 31, 2015
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Hi Sonny,
Thank you for your question about the Brevard 2-piece Elongated Toilet with FlushIQ. Please call our customer service department at 855-345-1345 so that we can troubleshoot the issue and see what the next step might be.
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Nick
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My toilet keeps continually flushing, how do I get it to stop?

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I have tried replacing the batteries, but the toilet will not stop flushing. The light will be solid blue during the flush and refill, then it will blink blue several times and flush again. Over and over.
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June 21, 2016
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turn the water off..
joking aside. there is a malfunction in your electronics or sensor switch if the sensor is clean then it will probably need replacement.
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Replace the flush mechanism, a couple hundred dollars if it isn't under warrantee.
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Call Delta Toilets at 1-855-345-1345. The toilet has a 5 year warranty. They should fix you right up.
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August 17, 2015
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Hi NeedHelp,
Thank you for you question about the Brevard 2-piece Elongated Toilet with FlushIQ. Please call our customer service department at 855-345-1345 so that we can troubleshoot your toilet so that we know how to help you further.
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Nick
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I am looking to purchase this toilet for a guest bathroom

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I am looking to purchase this toilet for a guest bathroom so it will not be used daily. Will this effect the performance when it is used? Sometimes it will only get flushed once a week when it is cleaned. Will that be a problem?
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No. Not using it often will not affect performance. It will just let the batteries last longer. BAtteries could last 2-3 years or more if you don't use it much. I don't recommend getting this toilet for your guest bathroom. When the electronic doesn't work it will be so frustrating and annoying for your guests. Just get a regular toilet with a flush handle. Trust me. i have two of these and i'm so Read More
No. Not using it often will not affect performance. It will just let the batteries last longer. BAtteries could last 2-3 years or more if you don't use it much. I don't recommend getting this toilet for your guest bathroom. When the electronic doesn't work it will be so frustrating and annoying for your guests. Just get a regular toilet with a flush handle. Trust me. i have two of these and i'm so disappointed that my guests have to suffer when it doesn't flush Read Less
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March 10, 2015
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Hi,
Thank you for your question about the Brevard 2-piece Elongated Toilet. The amount of times the unit is used will not effect the performance of the toilet.
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Nick
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I don't believe that will be a big issue. So long as the toilet gets flushed once a week, the internal plumbing should be sufficiently worked. Regardless of if the toilet is being flushed or not, the tank and bowl are still full of water. The only issue you might run into is if the toilet wasn't flushed for many months. Then the flap might try and stick to the bottom of the tank. Even that, however, is a Read More
I don't believe that will be a big issue. So long as the toilet gets flushed once a week, the internal plumbing should be sufficiently worked. Regardless of if the toilet is being flushed or not, the tank and bowl are still full of water. The only issue you might run into is if the toilet wasn't flushed for many months. Then the flap might try and stick to the bottom of the tank. Even that, however, is a very simple and inexpensive repair. Read Less
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Hi Nana, this is going to be a great toilet for you. This toilet has a sensor on it, where you can put it in sleep mode and the toilet won't flush.
No worries about the performance of this toilet. Use it when you need to, no worries when you don't.
Check out page 7 of the installation guide. There are some tips there for Read More
Hi Nana, this is going to be a great toilet for you. This toilet has a sensor on it, where you can put it in sleep mode and the toilet won't flush.
No worries about the performance of this toilet. Use it when you need to, no worries when you don't.
Check out page 7 of the installation guide. There are some tips there for you.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/48/4813f50a-caf9-4efd-956d-2d67541610d8.pdf Read Less
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 170 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by My new headache I just bought a condo that has this toilet installed in the en suite bathroom. I thought it was a cool concept. The problem is that I can't get it to work. At first, I thought it was asleep, but it won't wake as instructed. Then I thought it might need new batteries. It worked once then the next day, the red light flashed if I even got a response from the sensor (it's normally dark - no light). Today, I put in new batteries just for kicks. Well, I should be kicking myself! I was able to wiggle the wires on top of the battery box and get a flush out of it. I don't plan on that being my go to method of flushing. I don't know what to do, but a replacement toilet might be in the near future. October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by What a headache!! We got this toilet about 1.5 years ago. When we first got it, it started flushing on its own. Then it started showing green flashing lights which isn't even on the light key of possible options. I called Delta and they said the entire inside workings had to be changed. They sent the items and I had to change everything myself. Worked for a while, then the other day it stopped working and eventually the lights weren't even going on. I change the batteries and the toilet electronics turn back on saying that there is a leak detected. Because there is a leak detected, it won't even fill the tank. Plumbers don't even know what to do with this piece of cr*p because the electronics control it all. Haven't been able to use this toilet going on 2 weeks now. Thank God we have two toilets and got a normal cheap $75 toilet in the other bathroom which has been a blessing! October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent concept-POOR EXECUTION. This toilet was the answer to my prayers because we care for my 65 year old handicapped uncle who has cerebral palsy. With a standard toilet, we have had a lot of messes. When I saw the commercial for this toilet, I BLAZED down to Home Depot and had to order one with an elongated bowl. I was so happy that it solved a huge problem for us! Well, it failed after 6 months, and we had to replace the brain. It just failed again with a green light and finally NO lights, so I had to put standard parts in it. NOT HAPPY going to Home Depot and seeing it discontinued. Delta didn't quite think this one through. October 30, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Definitely not worth the money!! I am joining the many others with the frustration of the mechanics breaking down- I've barely had this toilet for a year and I need to replace parts?! And as other have said- you go though batteries incredibly fast. It is our main toilet in the house - but having to replace batteries so often -and now the entire system? Don't purchase this unless major improvements are made!! October 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy this product... We purchased this product one year ago and it is terrible! I was excited about the feature of not having to touch the toilet to flush. I am so mad that I talked myself into this. It was good at first and then it went downhill fast! The batteries died quickly so we switched from AA to C batteries. This seemed to be better but still didn't last too long. Now the toilet is flushing on its own. Tried to do the rest that I saw in a prior post but that didn't work. We replaced our 20 year old toilet with this one and what a huge mistake! I guess we will be heading out to purchase another one. I definitely expected this to last more than one year! Frustrated and disappointed! August 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not so good toilet. The toilet clogs up every second time ! 1.2 gallons not enough to flush. I don't know what to do with it . Bought it 4 months ago... October 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Why make a electronic toilet that is not water proof Nothing but troubles with this toilet do not buy the battery box that is inside the toilet that also houses the flushing censer is not water proof nor is it water tight. A little water gets in and your toilet no longer works. Which has now happened twice to me. Also the censor acts screwy and works when it feels like it I can' t take this much longer with this toilet. If you are looking for a toilet your best bet is to go with a traditional toilet all the electric bells and whistles will just fail you in the end. September 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst toilet EVER!!! Where do I begin?! Toilet repeatedly displays overflow warning for no reason and therefore won't flush. To get it to flush again you have to remove and replace the battery lid. Will work for a couple days and then the red and blue lights start flashing. Pulled the batteries out and the battery compartment has standing water and a lot of corrosion. Feces sticks to the bowl above the water level along with the toilet paper. And it doesn't flush effectively so no way to get it down other than doing so manually. So gross!! September 26, 2016
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