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KOHLER Seal for all Single Flush Class 5 and Class 6 Canister Toilets
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KOHLER

Seal for all Single Flush Class 5 and Class 6 Canister Toilets

  • Compatible with KOHLER Class 5 and Class 6 canister toilets
  • Formulated to withstand wear from chemicals and general use
  • View Replacement Part List below to see all compatible toilets
$6.98 /each

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Product Overview

This KOHLER Canister Toilet Seal is chemical-resistant to help provide durable use in class 5 and class 6 compatible canister toilets. This seal has a 2-1/2 in. I.D. and 3-1/2 in. O.D.

  • Genuine KOHLER part
  • Proprietary formulated yellow seal fights conditions that cause leaks
  • 3-1/2 in. O.D.
  • Compatible with class 5 and class 6 canister toilets (not included)
  • Chemical resistant
  • Resists chemical attacks
  • Withstands wear
  • Certified to ASME standard
  • Please see the Replacement Part List PDF to the right to view all items this part is compatible with

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Customer Questions & Answers

how do i remove & install this washer?

Asked by: Anonymous
The inner piece with the circle on top (inner piston) can be gently turned 1/4-1/2 way and it will come out. This frees the cylinder so you can remove the old and replace with the new gasket. Expand the picture that I attached and you will see at the bottom of this piston there is a 4 point cross. That is what you will turn slightly to release it . There is also a you-tube video about changing a canister style toilet gasket. Hope this helps
Answered by: waldo99
Date published: 2017-02-25

how do I install a new seal cannister on a Kohler Highline class 5 toilet?

Asked by: Robby
There are videos on youtube showing replacement BUT typically you only have to change the seal to fix a leak. If you broke the part that the seal attaches to, then you definitely need to watch a video before doing a replacement. The seal installs over the end of the piece in the center of the canister. That part should come out with a simple twist.
Answered by: engr4you
Date published: 2017-02-15

how do i know if the seal is leaking or if the fill valve is the problem?

Hi. Hoping to make a repair to a toilet that will not fill without an expensive plumber visit. The toilet tank is not filling with water. The water just runs and runs and never fills. It is a canister style toilet flapper with a fluidmaster 400 antisiphon flush valve. The toilet is a 2007 Kohler class 1033131 Is it likely that it is the seal that is leaking on the canister or a problem with the fill valve. I feel qualified to replace a seal. I've don't that successfully on flapper style toilets. Thank you for any advice!
Asked by: handymom24
With a leaky seal you typically hear an intermittent fill taking place as enough water leaks past the flush seal to allow the fill valve float to drop. If the cycle is taking place quite often you can also try pushing on the center piece in the canister to see if it creates enough of a seal to TEMPORARILY create a seal. It is also possible that a kink has taken place in the chain attaching the flush handle to the flush piece but that is less likely yet possible. Make sure there is a bit of slack in the chain--enough to allow the seal to seat properly on mating part. These seals deteriorate from chlorine in city water so eventually you will need one. As for the flush valves, I have seen them develop a leak where the float seems to drop and water runs but you can also see that if you lift off the tank cover and watch to see what is happening. If you just hear a leak or intermittent flush and the fill valve float isn't moving then it is probably the seal or the chain issue I described.
Answered by: engr4you
Date published: 2017-03-23

Where can I get a replacement flush valve seal for Kohler toilet model K4632?

I tried a store listed on the Kohler web site and they do not have the part. According to Kohler's web site replacement part #1016219 (which has been discontinued) was replaced by part #1097686 which also appears to be discontinued according to the web site. Can you please let me know where I can find a replacement?
Asked by: Doppgirl
Kohler.com
Answered by: waldo99
Date published: 2017-02-22
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Customer Reviews

Seal for all Single Flush Class 5 and Class 6 Canister Toilets is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 165.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a rubber seal! It's sized to fit a Kohler canister toilet. It was reasonably easy to in... This is a rubber seal! It's sized to fit a Kohler canister toilet. It was reasonably easy to install if you read the directions, but the best part about this seal is that it stopped the toilet from making the hissing sound it would when it periodically would refill the tank. This has stopped my wife from complaining about the hissing sound. That has increased the peace and quiet in the house. So, overall, this seal will make your house 37% quieter. I highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The seal is easy to install once you have removed the canister from the toilet tank. Be sure to t... The seal is easy to install once you have removed the canister from the toilet tank. Be sure to turn the water off (either at the supply or by securing the float in the "off" positlion.) Flush the tank to remove the water. To remove the canister, rotate the shaft in the center of the canister counter-clockwise; the rotation may take more force than you expect. Before installing the seal, clean the canister where the seal goes, and clean the seat in the bottom of the tank.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was the most colorful rubber, toilet bowl gasket I have ever bought. The packaging really c... This was the most colorful rubber, toilet bowl gasket I have ever bought. The packaging really caught my eye, and the price was too good to pass up. It was a "cinch" to remove the old gasket, and replace it with this one, stopping the constant leaking in the toilet tank. Thank you Kohler for a great product and thank you Home Depot, for this wonderful shopping experience!!!!
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy replacement Is very easy to replace and inexpensive also. If your toilet wont stop running, this is usually the first thing to look at. With 3 toilets in my house, I've had to replace all 3 seals after 6 years from installation.
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works. Easy to install. Just make sure you don't break the T-clip at the bottom of the canister. Works. Easy to install. Just make sure you don't break the T-clip at the bottom of the canister.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This yellow replacement seal fixed a number of the issues I was having. The old red seal had gott... This yellow replacement seal fixed a number of the issues I was having. The old red seal had gotten soft and tacky. It would often get pulled off and then the toilet would run for hours. The effort required to actuate the flush handle was getting increasingly higher. After installing this new seal, the toilet now flushes with less effort and the seal stays in place. This appears to be a an improved material rather than just a simple color change. Time will tell. The previous seal had been in service for about 4 years.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I bought the Kohler replacement for a Kohler toilet that is only about 3 years old and maybe not ... I bought the Kohler replacement for a Kohler toilet that is only about 3 years old and maybe not that old. I know that there is a compromise involved in producing a seal that can a) prevent leaks and b) resist chlorine and other chemicals found in city treated water. The replacement is simple and the seal looks absolutely identical to the old one. There are videos online to show you how to remove the piece that holds the seal. The price is where I have an issue with this seal. It seems like a lot of money for a very small amount of material that should be simple to produce. Even if the part is die cut and the center is a large amount of throw away material it still seems expensive for something that should be done as a high volume production item and is still being produced on a daily basis.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My low-water toilet had been leaking for over a year and I was intimidated by the canister, flush... My low-water toilet had been leaking for over a year and I was intimidated by the canister, flush-valve system and nervous that a real plumber might charge me a ton to replace this part. However, after watching a video on YouTube about replacing the gasket, I decided to give it a try. The video was about 20 minutes long, but it only took me about 5 minutes to get the job done. I'm now leak free. Wish every DIY job was this easy.
Date published: 2017-02-21
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