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Fill Valve and Flapper Repair Kit

  • Simple DIY house hold fix thats reliable with no leaks
  • Easy installation steps with good instructions
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With Fluidmaster's Fill Valve and Flapper Repair Kit, you can easily fix a toilet that runs excessively. Includes both the world's #1 best selling 400A anti-siphon toilet fill valve and the 501 toilet flapper. This product is the perfect combination for 3.5 GPF toilets or larger. This is the #1 solution to fix your noisy and running toilet.

  • Features the proven 400A anti-siphon toilet fill valve
  • Includes the rugged 501 toilet flapper
  • Toilet flapper is chlorine-resistant for harsh water regions
  • 5-year warranty

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does this fit all toilets

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Olympia, WA, USA
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It should fit all standard (no internal power tanks like some of the original water saver tanks had) tanks.
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nope
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Works with Kohler and American Standard.
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August 19, 2013
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The 400A fill valve does not fit all toilets. The valve is adjustable from 9 to 14 inches in length and will fit most toilet tanks. Tanks that it will not fit will be either taller than 14 inches in height or those that have shallow tanks or tanks that that are less than 9 inches in length.
Fluidmaster does offer a taller fill valve, model 400ARHR which is longer than the 400A and reach up to 15 inches
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The 400A fill valve does not fit all toilets. The valve is adjustable from 9 to 14 inches in length and will fit most toilet tanks. Tanks that it will not fit will be either taller than 14 inches in height or those that have shallow tanks or tanks that that are less than 9 inches in length.
Fluidmaster does offer a taller fill valve, model 400ARHR which is longer than the 400A and reach up to 15 inches in length. Currently Fluidmaster does not have a valve that is smaller than 9 inches tall.
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Yes it does!
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June 11, 2013
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I believe so.
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Bonita Springs, FL, USA
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No. Some Kohler toilets require that you use only that Company's replacement products. I would take the defective fill valve to the store for the proper replacement.
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Glendale, AZ, USA
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The instructions that came with the kit claim it will work on all toilets.
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Mt Dora, FL, USA
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October 9, 2012
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The height adjustments will adapt to many tank sizes.
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October 2, 2012
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The Fluidmaster 400C fill valve and flapper kit will work well with the vast majority of 2-piece toilets having 2" flush valves. Certain one-piece toilets like the Kohler Rialto and San Raphael require specific fill valves and flappers and the 400C kit will also not fit toilets having 3” flush valve openings. If you have an existing fill valve and flapper for comparison while at your retail store or when Read More
The Fluidmaster 400C fill valve and flapper kit will work well with the vast majority of 2-piece toilets having 2" flush valves. Certain one-piece toilets like the Kohler Rialto and San Raphael require specific fill valves and flappers and the 400C kit will also not fit toilets having 3” flush valve openings. If you have an existing fill valve and flapper for comparison while at your retail store or when shopping online, you may be better able to confirm what configurations will best fit your toilet. And of course if you would like further help, please contact the helpful and knowledgeable Fluidmaster Technical Service team. Read Less
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October 1, 2012
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Hi Dallas, this may fit your individual make of toilet, however this model will not fit all toilets. Some toilets have a different size diameter flapper hole, and others have a canister type seal casket. You can go to Fluidmaster web site and see all the models of repair kits they offer.
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October 1, 2012
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Hi Dallas,
The Fluidmaster toilet repair kit fits most toilets. The exception would be some one piece toilets and some imported models.
I hope this answers your question
Mike, The Home Depot Answer Man
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does this come with the flexible tube which runs water into overflow pipe?

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June 23, 2015
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Yes, and you will trim it to the length needed during installation.
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June 23, 2015
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YES
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Yes, this comes with a new rubber hose and a new clip to clip it to the pipe.
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yes
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yes, and the little hook to fix it in place.
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March 25, 2015
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yes a black tube you cut to size
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yes actually the best one I have ever seen...nice flow
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YES
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yes
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January 13, 2015
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Yes, it has the flexible tubing. It has more length than you probably need, but that is a good thing. It allows you to cut it to the best length you need. It can easily be cut with a scissors or knife.
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January 8, 2015
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The Fill Valve and Flapper Repair Kit along with all Fluidmaster Fill Valve and Fill Valve Kits come with a Refill Tube which delivers water to the toilet bowl by attaching to the overflow pipe of the Flush Valve. If you have further questions on what comes with any Fluidmaster valve or repair kit please visit our website or contact us at: www.fluidmaster.com / 800-631-2011 / Read More
The Fill Valve and Flapper Repair Kit along with all Fluidmaster Fill Valve and Fill Valve Kits come with a Refill Tube which delivers water to the toilet bowl by attaching to the overflow pipe of the Flush Valve. If you have further questions on what comes with any Fluidmaster valve or repair kit please visit our website or contact us at: www.fluidmaster.com / 800-631-2011 / techsupport@fluidmaster.com. Read Less
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my toilet has a floating ball and arm that shuts off the water at the fill level. will this replace the floating ball.

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No, this one does not come with the floating ball.
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yes
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Yes it will replace the arm and round float with a float that slides straight up and down.
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Yes it does replace the floating ball. The tower itself has a water shut off valve in it and as the water level rises the top part of the tower rises and when it is high enough it turns off the water via the valve in the tower. Everything is all encompassing in the tower. The ball etc is old technology and removed with the new tower.
Of course you adjust the water level via the instructions.
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December 10, 2014
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yes, its a whole new set up for the inside of the tank
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Centerville, Utah
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November 30, 2014
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Yes. I had the same situation, and it worked perfectly, so much so that I bought another for a 2nd toilet.
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I would think that it would work, as long as both holes line up (the valve and the flapper) to match the one you want to replace it with. And I would replace the whole thing, not just remove the floating ball.
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Yes, this an excellent replacement and more reliable system in my opinion. I replaced the old floating ball system in my toilets more than ten years ago. This unit is less expensive and I have to replace every three or four years due to mineral buildup. Easy to install with very good instructions. Height of valve above overflow tube is best determined by height of tank wall.
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Yes, that's what I used it for. This fill valve will replace your old ballcock valve. As you can see in the picture, the float is now around the valve column itself (the black barrel looking part).
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Yes it will replace the floating ball and fill valve. It's a better design
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Yes, the 400A will replace your float ball and arm (ballcock) fill valve. The Fluidmaster 400A Fill Valve is adjustable from 9 to 14 inches in height which fits the majority of ballcock fill valves If your old ballcock fill valve is between 9 and 14 inches in height the 400A is the perfect replacement solution. The 400A will provide greater refill accuracy compared to the ballcock valve which saves water Read More
Yes, the 400A will replace your float ball and arm (ballcock) fill valve. The Fluidmaster 400A Fill Valve is adjustable from 9 to 14 inches in height which fits the majority of ballcock fill valves If your old ballcock fill valve is between 9 and 14 inches in height the 400A is the perfect replacement solution. The 400A will provide greater refill accuracy compared to the ballcock valve which saves water and is a significantly more reliable product Read Less
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how do I know which part is leaking?

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The toilet runs constantly and the old flapper is partially disintegrated, I guess from the chlorine. But how do I know if its the valve or the flapper that is leaking?
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Turn off the water supply. If it is the valve, your leak will stop. If all the water drains out, it is the flapper. However, it is best, in my opinion to just replace both. Save yourself the worry and hassles. There are kits that contain both parts and are cheaper than trying one piece then the other.
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If it is the valve, typically the water will fill too high and run down the over flow pipe. If it is the flapper, the water height will be fine, but the valve will need to run a little to maintain the correct height. Look there is a kit "FluidmasterFill Valve and Flapper Repair Kit" that contains both parts. Its cheap, and if you're going to go in, why not just replace both?? I recently had excellent Read More
If it is the valve, typically the water will fill too high and run down the over flow pipe. If it is the flapper, the water height will be fine, but the valve will need to run a little to maintain the correct height. Look there is a kit "FluidmasterFill Valve and Flapper Repair Kit" that contains both parts. Its cheap, and if you're going to go in, why not just replace both?? I recently had excellent results with this kit. The valve installs by just turning the locking rings finger tight. Except for taking out the old, I didn't even need a tool. Total time was around 10 minutes. Kit had everything I needed, no second trips back to get something else. Good luck. Read Less
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April 22, 2014
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cover the flap hole with a plastic bag or your hand and if it continues to leak then is the valve but more than likely is your flap replaceing it is simple and they are not expensive it would save you money in the long run.
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They do deteriorate with time. They are inexpensive, replace it first.
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From what I've seen your best bet is to replace the hole thing. It is really inexpensive and will save you the hassle down the road.
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fill tank, turn water off at wall valve , observe. If water goes down it is the flapper . If it does not it is the valve. If you change flapper and it continues to leak change valve too.
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Turn off the water and flush the toilet, get a large cup of water and pour it in the tank if it leaks it's the flapper if not its the valve.
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One way would be to turn off the water feeding the toilet. If the tank drains it is the flapper. The other visual way would be to remove the lid of the tank, and see if the water level is overflowing into the overflow tube generally located in the center towards the back of the tank itself. You can also just manually lift the 'float' to its highest level and listen or look to see if water is still Read More
One way would be to turn off the water feeding the toilet. If the tank drains it is the flapper. The other visual way would be to remove the lid of the tank, and see if the water level is overflowing into the overflow tube generally located in the center towards the back of the tank itself. You can also just manually lift the 'float' to its highest level and listen or look to see if water is still flowing into the tank. If it is still flowing then it is the filler assembly. All said and done since most of the kits come with filler assembly and flapper, just spent the 10-20 dollars and change both. Only takes a pair of pliers or a crescent wrench and a working shut off feed line valve to change out. Read Less
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I would just buy new guts for the toilet so that it assures that toilet won't run constantly any longer
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November 5, 2013
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The best way to understand what is happening inside your tank is to perform this simple water test.
Water Test:
A) Turn off the water to the toilet ensuring the tank is full of water.
B) Mark the current water level inside the tank
C) Do Not Flush the toilet instead leave the toilet alone for several hours.
D) Check the water level in the tank.
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The best way to understand what is happening inside your tank is to perform this simple water test.
Water Test:
A) Turn off the water to the toilet ensuring the tank is full of water.
B) Mark the current water level inside the tank
C) Do Not Flush the toilet instead leave the toilet alone for several hours.
D) Check the water level in the tank.
Results may vary but what you should see is the water level is still at your mark indicating the tank is holding water,hence the noise may be from a faulty fill valve. If the water is below your water level line that indicates the tank is not holding water and changing the flapper may solve the problem. Read Less
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November 5, 2013
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Hello handymom!
The quickest and easiest repair is the flapper.
Based upon your description (partially disintegrated flapper), I'd also say there is a good chance the flapper is the culprit.
One other item to review is the location of the water on the side of the (normally white) water column when the valve shuts off.
You should see the water stop rising about one-inch below the top of the overflow Read More
Hello handymom!
The quickest and easiest repair is the flapper.
Based upon your description (partially disintegrated flapper), I'd also say there is a good chance the flapper is the culprit.
One other item to review is the location of the water on the side of the (normally white) water column when the valve shuts off.
You should see the water stop rising about one-inch below the top of the overflow tube.
If not, you might use the twist adjustment on the side of the float to force the float down just enough to shut the valve off when the water reaches that mark.
If this adjustment cannot be made to the existing valve, simply replace the valve and then adjust. Read Less
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 224 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hat's off to the first time plumber My toilet was running and I was turning it off at the shut off. That process got old really fast and I decided to try replacing the entire assembly - primarily because I didn't know exactly what to replace and I only wanted to do it one time before I would consider a call to the plumber to fix it. The package said it contained everything I needed to complete the job - no other items, accessories, tools or gadgets were needed. I followed the instructions and supplemented the instructions with a youtube video to determine the direction to screw off the fittings. Worked like a charm. That was about one month ago. No more running toilet and no leaks. This was the best investment I could have made. Thanks! June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install, Worked well the first time This things looks intimidating at first to install. But if you go to YouTube, there are a lot of DIY videos that show you how to do install it properly without getting water all over your bathroom, or breaking anything. I've done this twice already in 6 years. It's a really easy installation. And for the price, this is the best deal. Even though everything is plastic, the build quality of the parts and assembly are pretty high. I'm very satisfied with this purchase. September 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Replaced Glacier Bay toilet fill valve Had to replace works because Glacier Bay 1.6 gpf toilet was constantly running. Easy to install following the directions. After completing installation, toilet still had slow leak identified by slight sound of toilet running. Called manufacturer 800 # listed on instructions. They told me to follow the flushing out procedure listed at end of instruction sheet. This worked. August 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad luck with product When I purchased this item feeling I was sure it would fit my need from past experience with the product and having purchased the same one twice at some time in the past. When I attempted to use it I found it was defective and could not adjust the tank water level as it is supposed to do as the inner pipe which should was completely stuck. I was going to return it and looked for the receipt from the self check out I had received and found that sale item had been charged to my credit card for a total of only $0.01. Unable to understand this I took my receipt to an employee at the store and showed her the receipt and was told that that line had been discontinued and could not explain how the one I had taken was even on the shelf . It was suggested I just take advantage of my good fortune and accept it. When I got home and after trying unsuccessfully to make it work decided that as I had basically been given the thing to just junk it. I was able to get the old control working well enough for the time being and eventually will endeavor to find a suitable replacement to complete the job. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Toilet fix Not a bad repair kit. Easy enough to put in. Only about 10-15 mins. August 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mostly good The valve was very good but the flapper was a 2 inch. I needed a 3 in. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great! Easy installation. Easy installation. No problems. So far it works great. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Quality Product Easy to install. Just make adjustment to correct height. June 22, 2016
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