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Everbilt Ballcock Cap Repair Kit for Hoover


Ballcock Cap Repair Kit for Hoover

$332 /each
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Product Overview

The Cock Repair Kit for Hoover Ball Cocks provides an economical way to repair a worn ball cock. The complete kit includes a top assembly, diaphragm, plunger, gaskets, O-rings and screws. This kit is easy to install.

  • Fits Hoover Line style ball cocks (not included)
  • Economical way to repair a worn ball cock
  • Easy to install
  • Kit includes a top assembly, diaphragm, plunger, gaskets, o-rings and screws



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Hardware Included
Plumbing Part Type
Toilet Kit

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1 year

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Customer Questions & Answers

It has a blue and a white diaphragm, which to use?

Package instructions say "Insert .. either the blue or white new diaphram on base." [sic] What's the difference and how do I know which diaphragm to use?
Asked by: upnorth


I do not understand why there are two gaskets in the package (one clear and one solid black). As far as I can tell, they are the same size. How do you decide which one to use? I am repairing four toilets. In all cases, the gaskets are completely deteriorated. There is no way I can tell the type that was installed originally. Does it really matter which one is installed? I note that ballcock repair kits from other manufacturers have only one gasket included.
Asked by: dmh
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Customer Reviews

Ballcock Cap Repair Kit for Hoover is rated 1.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I use 1 to 2 per month Junk compared to Fluidmaster. I have been using Home Depot's Fluidmaster repair kits for years. Since they now have Everbilt I have been having trouble getting them to work. They don't have the right angle for the float or the plastic screw is too short so I have to bend the float arm, the float ends up turned at a different angle so I have to turn the fill valve housing, the plastic adjustment screw has stripped out which raises the water level, and the brass adjustment screw gets hung up on the plastic it hits which keeps the water running.
Date published: 2016-02-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from few issues Hoov-R-Line ballcocks have long been the best, but over the years appear to have changed enough to cause problems in installing replacement heads like this on the older ones. A change in the the position of the arm connection on the cap means you may have to twist the body so the ball can move freely, or bend the arm. And a thinner piston seal means water level screw adjustment or possibly a longer screw. Parts are, however, interchangeable and you can replace only what you need on the original head. But there seems no f-ing reason for this. BTW, there's no difference between the Danco, Everbilt or Fluidmaster versions of this.
Date published: 2015-10-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Inferior product Terrible product. It causes toilet to leak nonstop. Home Depot used to carry this part from fluidmaster, but it has been discontinued.
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly designed imitation of original There are two problems with the design. The plastic adjustment screw is not long enough, and the arm with the float is at the wrong angle so the float presses against the side of the tank. Bending the brass float rod is not a solution to the problems because then the float rod rotates in the valve as the rubbing against the side of the tank and the lift from the float change with the water level. The result is that the water level setting is not consistent with each flush and does not always shut off. It looks like someone sent the correct replacement part to China and asked them to duplicate it, and now make them so cheaply that the poorly designed imitation is the only replacement parts that are available. Their replacement looks almost exactly like the original, but the people in China probably do not have any old toilets with the Hoov-R-Line valves that they can use to test their design. The original Hoov-R-Line design is not very good to begin with, and the only reason to keep using that valve is because it is easier to install the repair kit than crawling under the toilet tank to replace the entire valve. It is just as easy to replace the whole valve assembly with one that has a better design as it is to rotate the whole original valve assembly so the float does not rub against the side of the tank.
Date published: 2016-06-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Similacra LloydInAustin is dead-on. So, it's okay to sell something that only LOOKS like the real thing. Okay Taiwan, you got me. Darned if I didn't think that a repair kit purchased at Home Depot might actually be a real repair option for me, instead of somebody's fantasy of a ballcock cap repair kit. Physics in the real world, that's where I used to live...
Date published: 2016-08-12
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