Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kacey Very easy to install
My toilet was very slow to fill, so I watched a youtube video to get an idea of what might be wrong. I followed the instructions on how to remove the top of the Flushmaster fill valve and checked the seal. Sure enough, it had a hole in it. The installation of the replacement seal was a breeze, and the toilet is back to normal. I can't rate quality or value, yet, because I just replaced the seal 15 minutes ago. So far, so good!
June 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by PWu Not fit for older Fluidmaster model #200
For older Fluidmaster model, this is not replacement for Fluidmaster model 200. If you hold it up to Fluidmaster's 242 seal you can see the difference in thickness. Save yourself time and money and find the actual replacement seal, Fluidmaster 242. Or you need Fluidmaster 350 Fill Valve Cap to replace Fluidmaster #200.
November 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dcline Easy 30-second Fix
If you're having issues with your tank refilling after flushing then this is probably the part you need. Both of my fill valves went bad about a month apart, roughly 2-3 years after I installed each of them. It's a shame the part wears out so quickly, but at least it's a cheap and easy repair.
May 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sammy You need this!
If you already have one of the 400 series valves installed you want a few of these on hand. It seems like every three years or so the valves start leaking from use and chlorine in the city water. In the past, I would go get a whole new valve for $12-14 and spend a half hour or so laying under the toilet replacing everything then dealing with the obligatory spot leaks. This seal is normally the culprit and can be replaced in just a minute with no tools and its right at the top of the tank. I keep a full 400 kit on hand with the flapper [the other part that gets hard from the chlorine] but most of the time its this seal.
Pop a new one in and DONE! Then I pick up another spare on my next run to the store for next time.
March 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Harry This Is The Genuine Replacement Part ...
I Reccomend Having This Piece At Home For A Spare ... When The Seal Goes Bad , It Only Takes A Minute To Repair The Fill Valve ...
December 6, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Anthony HydroClean Fill Valve Replacement Seal
Just wanted to let everyone know that this part also fits HydroClean Toilet Fill Valve's perfectly. It say's that it's a replacement seal for Fluidmaster 400A Fill Valve's but it will also fit the HydroClean. My toilet wasn't filling up with water and water was trickling out from the top. Once I removed the old seal, I noticed a tiny tear. Almost impossible to see unless you really start looking real close. It only takes a tiny tear or hole to ruin everything. You will have to remove the blue cap very carefully. The two bottom prongs are easy to disengage but the top one is tricky. You will need a tiny flat head screwdriver with a very narrow head. Once its off, you will need needle nose pliers that are long and very slender to remove the tiny plastic pin that holds the gray arm to the white round part of the valve. Once removed, lift the white locking arm with the small screwdriver and rotate the white part counterclockwise to get to the seal. Then using the tiny screwdriver again, gently insert it between the seal and the white round part to remove the seal.
November 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cmr57 Suggestion
This is a fairly easy fix for a non-handywoman like me. Only wish that Home Depot went back to selling these in multiple units in the little bag, like they used to. I have 5 toilets in my house, and once 1 of these needs to be replaced, it's not long after that they all start going. The bag of these saved time and money.
March 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lmj012 Easy fix
This is an easy fix for Fluidmaster not functioning properly.
September 6, 2011