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Glacier Bay

Model N2420

Internet #203076918

Store SKU #635675

1-piece 1.1 GPF/1.6 GPF High Efficiency Dual Flush Elongated All-in-One Toilet in White

$194.00 /each
  • Delivers powerful 1.1 or 1.6GPF for superior flush performance
  • Easy installation and modern one piece design
  • WaterSense certified
Color/Finish: White
  • Biscuit
  • Black
  • Bone
  • White

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This one-piece high-efficiency white toilet occupies minimal space yet offers the roominess of an elongated bowl and an elegant design featuring soft lines and sleek curves. The integrated tank-to-bowl construction of this Glacier Bay commode makes it easy to clean and eliminates another potential chokepoint. The top-mounted push-button trip levers allow users to select a 1.1 GPF flush for liquids or a 1.6 GPF flush for solids, allowing households to conserve water and lower utility bills.

  • Low-volume 1.1 GPF flush meets EPA’s WaterSense criteria for superb water conservation, equating to more than 20% less fluid per flush
  • Dual-flush option allows users to select 1.1 GPF for liquids or 1.6 GPF for solids
  • Includes white tank cover, elongated seat with lid, chrome-plated trip levers, wax seal and all hardware necessary for installation
  • Constructed with white vitreous china, which resists fading, cracking and abrasions
  • Complies with ADA accessibility requirements with a bowl height of 16-1/2 in.
  • 1-piece design is compact and easy to clean
  • Toilet water supply line sold separately
  • Weighs 80.7 lbs.
  • Lifetime limited warranty
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how much does it weigh and will it fit in the back seat of a car?

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August 17, 2016
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I was 56 when I installed mine bad back and knees although 6'2'. I bought a cheap furniture roller put the toilet on it then moved it into position lifted it and had my wife move the roller I used a rubber seal that held the bolts in position. I could see both sides and it went on first try! You have to know you can lift more than 80 lbs for 10 seconds or so. As far as putting it in a car if you have a Read More
I was 56 when I installed mine bad back and knees although 6'2'. I bought a cheap furniture roller put the toilet on it then moved it into position lifted it and had my wife move the roller I used a rubber seal that held the bolts in position. I could see both sides and it went on first try! You have to know you can lift more than 80 lbs for 10 seconds or so. As far as putting it in a car if you have a gull wing it might but any other you would do more damage to the car than it is worth. If you live close rent one of there trucks I think 19.99 first hour I think. U-Haul is the same for a day plus mileage. Rather safe than sorry. Read Less
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May 3, 2016
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I slid mine into the back seat of a Honda Accord. Could lift it myself but if you want to make it easier do it as a two person lift. Weighs 80.7 lbs.
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February 25, 2016
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It can fit in a Camry or Altima's back seat, if you push the front seat forward.
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Porterville, CA
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September 20, 2015
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Weight is about 81 pounds and recommend a helper to assist loading/unloading due to bulk boxing. Should fit in most back seats, but why not just pull off the road at a gas station/rest stop and use their toilets?
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Las Vegas, NV
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You would need a hatchback at minimum. Even then, I had to tie it as the trunk wouldn't close. It's 80 lbs.
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St Louis, MO
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December 14, 2014
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I was very pleased that it did fit! The associate was terrific and helpful loading it with me.
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About 75 pounds. Depends on the size of the car. I would say probably would fit.
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Windsor,CA
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September 2, 2014
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Gross weight in the Box is 95 1/2 pounds, maybe won't fit in the back seat of a compact, otherwise go for it. When I picked mine up the Home Depot people were more than glad to load it for me.
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Round Rock, TX
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August 21, 2014
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It weighs around 40-50 pounds so I'd recommend a helper when lifting it. It fit in the back seat of my 2014 Ford Fusion so if you have a smaller midsize, I'd suggest a pickup truck or friend who has a larger car.
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August 21, 2014
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The product weighs in at 81 lbs and in a box is a two-person carry, 'cause it is too bulky. I really don't think it would fit in a back seat of a car, especially when still in the box. Even out of the box might still be too big. You would be better off having it delivered. Once out of the box and in the home, one person could handle it as I did, but if you have to take it to an upper level, again Read More
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The product weighs in at 81 lbs and in a box is a two-person carry, 'cause it is too bulky. I really don't think it would fit in a back seat of a car, especially when still in the box. Even out of the box might still be too big. You would be better off having it delivered. Once out of the box and in the home, one person could handle it as I did, but if you have to take it to an upper level, again it would require two people. By the way, I still think this model is a great buy. It works fine and already I noticed a difference in the first months water bill. I hope I've answered your question. Read Less
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August 20, 2014
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UNDER SPECIFICATIONS SAY'S 80.7 No it will not fit in any car I have had
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Just installed this toilet and it intermittently makes a hissing sound and then water runs for a few seconds. Have tried to adjust float but isn't wo?

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Doesn't help to adjust float. Do I need to replace something. Help...
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August 8, 2016
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Problem is texture of plastic ring / flow tube which causes drag on float that keeps it from rising completely, thus shutting off the water flow. Will drip constantly until you remove the top and lift the float with your finger. Have not found a product that stops the friction, Must shut off the water each time you leave home to stop leakage. Takes a week or so of use to appear.
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trying adjusting the flush buttons. If they are extending too long, it causes the water to slowly leak into the bowl.
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Difficult to solve this problem without having this thing in front of me. But there is no doubt in my mind that the float is the cause of the hissing. It's right in between "open and closed", hence the hissing. While still semi open and tank isn't full yet, but when it finally decides what to do, open or close, the tank will finish filling. Water level in tank should be about 1/2" below overflow tube. Read More
Difficult to solve this problem without having this thing in front of me. But there is no doubt in my mind that the float is the cause of the hissing. It's right in between "open and closed", hence the hissing. While still semi open and tank isn't full yet, but when it finally decides what to do, open or close, the tank will finish filling. Water level in tank should be about 1/2" below overflow tube. One or two more turns on float adjuster screw(turn right) may do the trick.
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Problem solved...Had to adjust 1 of the flush buttons and problem stopped. For now anyways!! Love this toilet and hopefully the adjustment is the only problem I will have.
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July 7, 2016
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Thank you for your question. We apologize for the inconvenience you are experiencing with your toilet. It sounds like you may have a defective seal or fill valve. Please call Glacier Bay at 1-877-527-0313 for assistance.
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MY EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN THAT WHEN THAT HAPPENS AFTER INSTALLING A NEW TOILET IT IS USUALLY DEBRI UNDER THE FLAPPER AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TANK. THE SOUND YOU HEAR IS WATER ESCAPING AND THEN BEING REPLACED. CHECK THE FLAPPER AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TANK AND MAKE SURE IT HAS A GOOD FIT. IF YOU PLACE TWO DROPS OF FOOD COLORING IN THE TANK, YOU CAN SEE IF IT IS ESCAPING FROM THERE. COULD BE A DEFECTIVE CONTROL Read More
MY EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN THAT WHEN THAT HAPPENS AFTER INSTALLING A NEW TOILET IT IS USUALLY DEBRI UNDER THE FLAPPER AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TANK. THE SOUND YOU HEAR IS WATER ESCAPING AND THEN BEING REPLACED. CHECK THE FLAPPER AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TANK AND MAKE SURE IT HAS A GOOD FIT. IF YOU PLACE TWO DROPS OF FOOD COLORING IN THE TANK, YOU CAN SEE IF IT IS ESCAPING FROM THERE. COULD BE A DEFECTIVE CONTROL VALVE BUT THAT IS NOT COMMON ON A NEW TOILET. Read Less
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I don't have that problem but you can call Glacier Bay customer service from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST Monday through Friday the number is 1 855 434-5224
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I am assuming you flushed the toilet? Where is the hissing coming from? It takes mine a minute or a little over to fill. Did the hissing come from the tank or around the seal at the bottom where the toilet sits on the floor. Also a few seconds what does that mean if you flushed and it was a full refill a few seconds doesn't make since. I have two and neither has done what you described! More detail would Read More
I am assuming you flushed the toilet? Where is the hissing coming from? It takes mine a minute or a little over to fill. Did the hissing come from the tank or around the seal at the bottom where the toilet sits on the floor. Also a few seconds what does that mean if you flushed and it was a full refill a few seconds doesn't make since. I have two and neither has done what you described! More detail would help! Also what do you mean float?
Have you tried flushing from inside on the two silver areas where the two plungers sit. fully push them down several flushes as they may not be seating right? Read Less
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Do I need to purchase a new water line hose or does it already come with it?

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April 5, 2016
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It isn't included with the toilet. It comes with flange bolts, wax ring, flushing/filling mechanism already installed inside the tank, flushing buttons on the tank cover (which need to be installed and adjusted), and the seat. You'll need to get the water line hose, any tools for installing, and maybe shim(s) if your floor is uneven.
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If you need a new water line you will have to buy it, but the toilet does come with wax ring, standard mounting hardware, and a seat.
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St Louis, MO
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I always buy a new one when upgrading (and it doesn't come with one) simply to be smart, plus now you can get the emergency shut-off so no more surprise flooding!
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No. All the standard line.
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The toilet does not come with a hose. While you are picking up you new hose, I recommend replacing your angle stop valve too, especially if it is the multi-turn type. Those often will not turn or shut off completely ( a real pain when something is leaking and you can't shut it off) so the newer ball type angle stop is much more reliable and costs so little it really is good insurance.
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August 27, 2014
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A water line hose comes with it, along with a wax ring. Shy of a pipe wrench and any tools required to disassemble your old toilet, this comes with everything you'll need.
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You need to get one. You want steel anyway.
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I have 3 cats that walk across the tank top to jump onto the Window ledge. How sensitive is that flush button should

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They step on it???
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they would have to really push hard to set it off! Just walking across it, should not flush it.
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That would depend on the weight of the cat! The button does require some force to flush. Maybe you could put a jar lid over the button if it's a problem.
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LOL, SORRY TO LAUGH BUT WE HAVE FIVE CATS INCLUDING A 25 lb BENGAL WHO SLEEPS ON THE TOP OF THE TOILET AND PLAYS WITH THE TWO BUTTONS AND SO FAR, THEY HAVE NEVER GOT THE TOILET TO FLUSH. I MAY SUGGEST LEAVING THE SEAT DOWN, JUST IN CASE.
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I don't believe your cats could make the toilet flush. You need to press down firmly to flush and doubt they could do this.
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It needs to be pushed down with some pressure to flush. A cat walking on it probably wouldn't have enough pressure.
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Will not be a problem unless they are Lions !
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 332 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by glacier bay one piece toilet review Item was relatively light for a one piece and easy to install by one person. Price was very reasonable for a single piece dual flush. the flush buttons needed slight adjustment so they did not trip the siphon and allow water to run, but easily accomplished. Only extra wishes would be for slightly lower overall height (has to clear an extended lavatory counter) and for a slow close seat. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by One piece toilet One piece design looks great and is highly functional. Dual flush feature saves water. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good one piece great for the money It has separate flush buttons and it has not missed flushing on either button yet. May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I'd do it again. Only thing I'd change is the seat. It'll last a few years before replacement is required. Not a deal breaker tho! Unit is good, affordable, and easy-ish to install. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great potty, the seat is not the greatest Sits taller, yet has a low profile. Comfort height means easier on knees, I'm appreciating the slightly higher seating more than I'd anticipated! The dual flush works smoothly and will cut down on our water use and save money. Our contractor said it was an easy installation and an excellent choice overall. I agree, though I swapped out to my previous toilet's newish seat as it has a more comfortable rounded edge (Bemis #1500EC - just $14.48.). Small difference, but the seat swap makes it a 5-star potty! Similarly designed toilets can cost 3 times as much. Get this toilet! August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product Pick up at store was flawless. Product included wax ring and all hardware for installation. Easy installation. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Glacier Toilet Toilet delivered to Home Depot store on time and had courteous Asst. Mgr. that helped me get it to my truck and load it, along with Nathan another store employee. Toilet was easy to install. My sister and I are the do it yourself kind of people and we did not have any problems. It was a little heavy, but we managed and it works great! Two sisters, one toilet...no problem! This is my first one piece toilet. Love the ease of cleaning it and the two button, water saving flush so far. It has only been installed for about a week, but no problems so far. I heard complaints about the seat with this particular toilet, but it seems comfortable to me. The only thing I did not like is that it is not self-closing. I had that on my other toilet and liked it much better. I may replace it later. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase Really like the height of the toilet and performance. A little difficulty in getting the flush adjusted. August 30, 2016
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