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Glacier Bay 2-Piece High Efficiency Elongated Toilet in White-DISCONTINUED
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Save money and conserve water with the Glacier Bay 2-piece High-Efficiency Elongated Toilet in White. This ceramic toilet is WaterSense certified by the EPA and uses less water than a standard 1.6 and a 3.5 gal. per flush toilet. The 17 in. chair height bowl meets ADA standards, and the toilet has a 2 in. fully glazed trap-way. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

  • All-in-one packaging includes everything you need: wax ring, plastic elongated seat, floor bolts and caps
  • Elongated bowl design
  • Uses 20 percent less water than a 1.6 gal. per flush toilet and 60 percent less water than a 3.5 gal. per flush toilet
  • Made from ceramic
  • 2 in. Fully glazed trapway
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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After installation of my 2 piece Gacier Bay 1.28 the tank is definitely wobbly please advise

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Ace
Homer Glen, IL
October 27, 2012
The tank is wobbling seems like it will move 3/4" front to back It is not leaking. Could this possibly be right or should it not move at all? Please advise.
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January 14, 2015
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I found that I had to tighten the tank to the bowl much tighter than I thought I would. I used a set of pliers to turn the wing nuts. I'm a pro (home builder) and I've never seen a toiled require that much torque on the tank to bowl nuts. However, it didn't break and works like a champ.
The wobble will stop, you just have to tighten the tank tighter than you think.
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Knoxville, Tennessee
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October 22, 2013
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There are two sets of nuts used to install the tank to the bowl. The first set fixes the long tank bolts to the tank itself. Once those are tightened (CAREFUL NOT TO OVERTIGHTEN), set the tank into place making sure the rubber seal seats properly. You then use the second set of nuts to tighten the tank to the bowl. If the tank is wobbly, it sounds as though that second set of nuts was not tightened Read More
There are two sets of nuts used to install the tank to the bowl. The first set fixes the long tank bolts to the tank itself. Once those are tightened (CAREFUL NOT TO OVERTIGHTEN), set the tank into place making sure the rubber seal seats properly. You then use the second set of nuts to tighten the tank to the bowl. If the tank is wobbly, it sounds as though that second set of nuts was not tightened properly. Read Less
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August 27, 2013
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had the same problem, take the tank off, throw the gasket and bolts, nuts, etc in the garbage, go to menards and get a foam tank gasket, also do not use the included wingnuts to tighten the bowl, get some generic 5/16 nuts and tighten with a 1/2in deep well socket, you'll never achieve the required torque with wingnuts
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Fitchburg, MA, USA
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August 9, 2013
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The tank will wobble. This is to allow you to lean back while sitting but not too far and not leak. Mine is close to the wall so I put a few pieces of the packing foam between the tank and the wall. That stopped the wobbling. Use small pieces and just slide them down. If they fall out, then just replace them.
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Big Willi
Indiana, USA
February 9, 2013
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Tank should not wobble. Tighten the wing nuts until the tank contacts the raised ridge on back of bowl.
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October 30, 2012
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the wobbling is probably due to the bolts holding the tank to the base are not tight enough. You need to tighten them enough that the tank won't wobble - but NOT to the extent that it breaks the casting. I also suggest you use stainless wing nuts or strong nylon wing nuts to get a better hold. They are also way easier to use than the pressed steel ones included in the box. They also give a better " feel" Read More
the wobbling is probably due to the bolts holding the tank to the base are not tight enough. You need to tighten them enough that the tank won't wobble - but NOT to the extent that it breaks the casting. I also suggest you use stainless wing nuts or strong nylon wing nuts to get a better hold. They are also way easier to use than the pressed steel ones included in the box. They also give a better " feel" when it is "tight enough". The tank should not wobble. Be patient it may take a few trials until you find the right amount of tightening. Remember you are squeezing a rubber washer that will compress until it provides the correct amount of seal and tightness. Read Less
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Indio, CA, USA
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October 28, 2012
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There is a rubber washer between the tank and the bowl you need to tighten both bolts evenly till the tank and the bowl touch snugly not too tight. This will solve your problem.
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Can you buy just the tank handle?

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Steve
June 28, 2013
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October 26, 2013
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I bought a universal one at home depot. Modified it slightly but it works
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August 11, 2013
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I could not find the same handle, so I bought closest to look alike and bent the rod to fit.
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PatG
Palm Springs, CA
August 10, 2013
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yes.
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Maryland
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July 14, 2013
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yes
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Jacksonville, FL
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June 28, 2013
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I am not sure if HD stocks replacement parts for these toilets. They may have replacement handles for some units. They do have the tank handles with the actuating arm attached. Give your store a call or visit the appropriate bathroom fixture aisle and ask one the HD customer service personnel.
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Indio, CA, USA
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June 28, 2013
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Yes, the tank handles are available just ask a store employee in the plumbing department.
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What material is the lid made of? Is it ceramic as well?

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Beckie
Philadelphia, PA
May 2, 2013
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October 26, 2013
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Tank lid? Same material as toilet. Seat? Plastic
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Palm Springs, CA
August 10, 2013
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Yes. The lid is made of the same material as the rest of the toilet
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Fitchburg, MA, USA
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August 9, 2013
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No, feels and looks like plastic. Very thin but does last if taken care of (no standing on it).
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Lafayette, LA, USA
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May 3, 2013
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Yes, the toilet bowl, tank, and lid are all vitreous china.
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Jacksonville, FL
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May 3, 2013
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Technically (kind of) there are two lids on this toilet. The lid/cover that covers the tank that holds the flushing water is ceramic. The seat you sit on is white plastic and the lid is also plastic. If you prefer something different such as a wood based seat + lid you can buy it separately and mount it instead of the plastic unit that comes with this toilet.
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Paso Robles, CA
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May 2, 2013
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Yes. The lid of the tank is ceramic same as the tank.
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Is There A Solution For The Toilet Tank Chain Jam

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rubens63
Miami, FL
April 13, 2013
This toilet is very good, but there's something bothering me that I couldn't find a solution so far. Once in awhile the chain that pulls and opens the flush gets stuck and it may stay running water all night long or even all day long. I couldn't find a way to contact Glacier Bay to find out if they have a solution for this. How can you contact them? I'm literally throwing my money away in the toilet.
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August 27, 2013
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had the same problem, get a korky flapper
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Palm Springs, CA
August 10, 2013
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Shorten the chain. Place the hook on a different link in the chain to shorten it.
Sounds like the chain is too long and getting caught on the edge of the flapper.
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Fitchburg, MA, USA
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August 9, 2013
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I have the same problem. Like most toilets, this is a common occurrence. I made my chain a made sure that the chain snaps are not towards the chain and did not put a lot of slack in it. It took me several tries to get it right. It helps but does not completely fix the problem. The only other thing to do is just make sure that you listen to the flush. Count how long it take to stop running and try to make Read More
I have the same problem. Like most toilets, this is a common occurrence. I made my chain a made sure that the chain snaps are not towards the chain and did not put a lot of slack in it. It took me several tries to get it right. It helps but does not completely fix the problem. The only other thing to do is just make sure that you listen to the flush. Count how long it take to stop running and try to make it a habit to wait that long. Read Less
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Oregon, USA
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May 3, 2013
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I finaly took my toilet out and replaced with a kohler.mine leaked from day one and could never get it stopped. underneth the tank lid there is a# for them. goodluck
steve
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Jacksonville, FL
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April 14, 2013
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The length of the chain that connects the flush arm and the flapper generally comes with too much/length of the chain. The trick is to shorten the chain to achieve the proper length of chain. Take off the lid and look at the chain and see if there is a "pile" of chain resting on the flapper. The best length for the chain is when there is one or two links longer than the distance between the flush arm and Read More
The length of the chain that connects the flush arm and the flapper generally comes with too much/length of the chain. The trick is to shorten the chain to achieve the proper length of chain. Take off the lid and look at the chain and see if there is a "pile" of chain resting on the flapper. The best length for the chain is when there is one or two links longer than the distance between the flush arm and the flapper connection. Notice that the chain is connected to the flush arm by a stainles steel double-hook (one large hook and one small). Also note there are three holes in the flush arm. The big hook should be at the top and connected to the flush arm. I chose the middle hole because it is aligned directly over the flapper attachment point. I unhooked the chain from the small hook end of the stainless hook but left the big hook stainless hook in the middle flush arm hole. I then reattached the chain at a new shorter position on the lower small stainless steel hook so there was no slack in the chain. This process shortened the chain by 4 to 5 links. The result is no slack in the chain that would "pile" or be flushed under the flapper. You may have to experiment with what shortened chain length is best. There are two lengths you want to avoid 1) it is too short and the flapper never closes or 2) it is too long and get flushed under the flapper leading to leaks. Either condition can cause the flapper to not seal correctly allowing water to "go down the drain". There will be extra links hanging at the top of the chain when you get the right length. That little bit of excess chain can remain hanging unless it is very long and can get caught under the flapper. I generally do not trim the chain because if someday you have to put a new flapper on later, the distance between its connection point and one of the flush arm holes may be different. Read Less
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April 14, 2013
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Make sure there's not too much slack in the chain... When the flapper is closed and the handle is at its resting position the chain should not be long enough to have any links hanging down onto the flapper. It shouldn't be tight either, just loose enough to allow the flapper to rest without resistance from the chain.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 271 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great price, a few modifications I was having to replace an older blue toilet from the 80's and saw this deal, everything included!. Starting the install I found a few issues. As a prior review suggested the included wax ring was too thin and I had to purchase another thicker ring. The included ring did not span the toilet to flange, no contact. Also instructions state after installing bowl to attach supply line and open water valve, this is before the tank is even installed, hmmm, good thing for some common sense. Lastly the included seat was a little too flexible, I am average and felt like it flexed too much. Overall satisfied except for the extra visits to buy parts to make it work. Flushes well. July 28, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I did the correct move By the day I was looking for the fittings to make the installation, I saw a vanity, and I decided to buy it , also I bought the glacier bay water faucet. Now I have a new bathroom, I feel so happy! The prices, the attention, and the satisfaction It pays:-A happy customer. Now I'm Planing to renew my kitchen!! August 7, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Efficient Toilet on septic system I bought 2 of these, but my house is on a septic system, and they dont seem to flush my kids surprises very well at all. We have to flush 2 - 3 times ( not efficient at all ). Now i am trying to figure out how to modify the flushing system in the Tanks, because I do not want to buy more Toilets. -Bob March 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Value Bought my first one last summer for the main bath. I was a little skeptical considering the low price of $98. But it has worked fine so we bought another last week for the Master Bath No issues with complete flushes April 22, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT!!! Easy to install. Works great. Has saved on water bill! February 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Buy Over the past 2 months, I have changed all 3 toilets in my home with this one. The toilet flushes strong, fast and fills back up quickly. This is a great buy for the price! It works great with solids and it has not needed to be plunged like my previous toilets. The ones that came with the house were the contractors brand and I would always have to keep a plunger nearby. That became so irritating. Keep in mind, that if you are replacing the toilet over a ceramic floor with backer board, then be sure to purchase another wax ring. To more specific, a wax ring that is extra thick. You should be able to use the flange bolts that comes with the toilet. May 6, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Valued Product I bought two of these products two month ago and installed them in my bathrooms. The results were fantastic. The flushes were very fast and efficient. There was no remaining left after the flush. I didn't have to clean up the toilet frequently compared to my replaced old ones. I haven't seen any possibilities that the toilets will clog. This item is really a valued product and it won't lose to the other high priced brands. If you can, just install it yourself. It's very easy. You may need to buy a thicker wax ring depending on the depth of the flange from the floor. Also, you had better to buy a soft tube that connects the toilet bowl with the tap. October 9, 2009
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Condensation problem We purchased this unit and had it installed by a licensed plumber. After 2 days we noticed the caulking at the front was showing holes and moisture. The plumber came back & recaulked. The problem worsened & they returned & removed the commode to locate the problem. As a last resort they would replace the wax ring. The inside of the front of the commode base was covered in droplets of condensation that were running down and washing the caulking out. We returned and purchased a Kohler Cimarron, which will be installed tomorrow. There were other comments about the flushing capacity and we found no problem with this or any other feature. August 9, 2010
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