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Fluidmaster Water Saving Refill Tube
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Fluidmaster

Water Saving Refill Tube

$2.98 /each

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Product Overview

Attach the Fluidmaster Water Saving Refill Tube to your toilet's fill valve (not included) to help control how much water refills the tank. A roller-ball clamp adjusts so that you can set the tube according to your toilet's dimensions and conserve water.

  • Durable rubber hose resists corrosion
  • Adjust the refill roller-ball clamp to control the refill level without wasting water
  • Compatible with most fill valves (not included)
  • Resists damage from chemicals
  • Quick installation
  • Includes an adapter clip

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Customer Questions & Answers

Overview of product has incorrect wording.

Suzy ask the question in 2015 about letting the tube hang in the water when flushing because the overview states the refill tube controls how much water refills the tank Should say controls water refilling the bowl.
Asked by: CRM
yes.
Answered by: Frank
Date published: 2016-12-30

can the refill tube of the float valve rest in the water tank when flushing toilet?

Asked by: suzy
Hi suzy - Thank you for your question concerning the Water Savings Refill Tube. The Water Savings Refill Tube should be installed so that it is out of the water and clipped onto the side wall of the overflow pipe by using the Refill Clip which is part of that kit. For additional information about the Water Savings Refill Tube or any Fluidmaster product please contact Fluidmaster's Technical Service Department. Fluidmaster's Technical Service is available Monday through Friday from 5:30 AM through 5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time. Contact options: Chat www.fluidmaster.com/support E-Mail techsupport@fluidmaster.com and Phone 800-631-2011.
Answered by: FluidmasterSupport
Date published: 2016-08-29
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Customer Reviews

Water Saving Refill Tube is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Every toilet should have one of these! You will be amazed how much water could be saved. Why have... Every toilet should have one of these! You will be amazed how much water could be saved. Why have the bowl overfill with good water going down the sewer every time you flush? When I moved into this place the fill hose was kinked and the bowl did not fill correctly. I took the kink out and noticed the toilet ran much longer than needed as the majority of the flow was not into the tank but into the bowl. Sorry but water is going to be the next BIG problem everywhere. There is not enough to go around. Use it but DO NOT WASTE IT. THANK YOU FLUIDMASTER.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great water saving device I installed this on a Fluidmaster 400A fill valve on a Mansfield toilet with a model 160 tank. I checked my toilet before purchasing the adjustable refiil tube. I found that the toilet bowl got full 16 seconds before the tank was full and the water shut off. This means 16 seconds of water coming though the refill tube was wasted every flush. Went to Home Depot the same day to pick one up. Easy to install and ended up with it on #6 setting. Just think how much water is wasted by this one issue alone and it could be saved by using this simple little device. You would think it should be code on all toilets.
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Fluidmaster Water Saving Refill Tube works great! The Fluidmaster Water Saving Refill Tube works great! Plenty of tube length and easy to adjust the water. Love the blue hose clamps (the tube was snug enough but the clamps was still nice to have) The rest of the review is for pjc999 To start, the Fluidmaster Water Saving Refill Tube is for saving water in the bowl, not the tank… The purpose of this tube (properly installed) is to divert some water (during refill of the tank) into the overflow tube to the bowl for proper bowl water level (in the bowl only not the tank). What is nice about the "blue refill roller-ball clamp" (I will call BRRBC) on the filler tube, is that you can lessen/restrict the amount of diverted water into the bowl and therefore saves some water. (When adjusting the BRRBC, it squeezes the tube's hole (closing the hole thus reducing the amount of water that can be sent to the bowl.) Most toilet filler tubes without the BRRBC will fill extra water to the bowls proper water level and over flow the rest in the bowl (until the tank refills completely) down into the plumping attached to the toilet and out to the septic for which is nothing but wasted water not to be used (kind of money down the drain). If this is kind of confusing, just get an 8oz glass and fill it with water and stop filling when the water reaches the very top of the glass. (With the BRRBC properly adjusted, it will do the same thing in the toilet bowl) NOW, put a few more ounces of water in the glass and notice the water overflowing and the wasted water going down the outside of glass and onto the counter and floor (unused and wasted water). Notice the glass of water is still filled to the correct level BUT there is also unused/wasted water that can’t be used. And that’s about it. I hope this has helped. As to adjusting the BRRBC, that’s something you will have play with until you feel it is adjusted correctly. If it’s too much to play with, than simply stick the filler tube into the overflow tube and make sure the toilet works (flushing and filling up) and move on to the next project. Oh, one more thing, when the tank water level is reached and the water is cut off, everything stops. The bowl fills ONLY when the tank is filling up.
Date published: 2013-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Why does this work? I am having flush problems with my American Standard toilet. AS sent me a replacement filler with the water-saver included. Please explain how/why this restricts the amount of water entering the tank? Fill water is directed into the overflow tube which allows the bowl to fill and thus the tank. What shuts off the flow to the bowl? Not the water-saving feature on the fill line. If so, explain or is this a FluidMaster marketing thingee. Pat
Date published: 2013-01-18
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