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

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August 15, 2015
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September 20, 2016
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The instructions/steps are simple. (1) Turn off the water. (2) Detach the center water feed located at the top center of the canister. (3) Lift up the canister cylinder. (4) Reach below the canister cylinder and grab the center post as low as possible, turn the post counter clockwise, and remove the canister assembly. (6) Replace the canister seal. (7) Reverse the steps and re-install the canister, etc.
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September 29, 2015
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its totally easy, empty the water, twist out the canister lift up replace seal twist back into place,done
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August 17, 2015
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Hello, my name is Justine with KOHLER Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your canister question.
We would love to be able to help you with the installation of your seal canister on your toilet however this would could be much easier explained by calling our customer care line at 1-800-4KOHLER (1-800-456-4537)
Thank you for your inquiry and choosing the Bold Look of KOHLER.
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how do i know if the seal is leaking or if the fill valve is the problem?

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birmingham, al
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November 21, 2014
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!
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Egg Harbor Township, NJ, USA
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August 9, 2016
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The old seal will be soft, pliable and stretched larger. Replace the seal.
Somehow my seal moved to the top side of the canister not sealing at all. Replaced with a new seal and in its proper position and it worked perfectly.
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February 3, 2015
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I'd try the gasket first, it's the least expensive solution. If the existing gasket is more than a few years old it's likely the source of your problem.
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November 24, 2014
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Hello, my name is Justine with KOHLER Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your toilet question.
I apologize but we will need to know the model number of the toilet which will be inside the tank just above the water line. It will most likely be just replacing the flapper or the fill valve but I recommend that you call our customer care line at 1-800-4KOHLER (1-800-456-4537) and they can walk
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Hello, my name is Justine with KOHLER Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your toilet question.
I apologize but we will need to know the model number of the toilet which will be inside the tank just above the water line. It will most likely be just replacing the flapper or the fill valve but I recommend that you call our customer care line at 1-800-4KOHLER (1-800-456-4537) and they can walk you through any other scenarios and recommend what part may be needed.
Thank you for your inquiry and choosing the Bold Look of KOHLER.
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What is the part # for the special tool / wrench needed to replace the Kohler GP1059291 Seal for All Single Flush Class 5 & Class 6 Canister Toilets?

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Williamsburg, VA 23185
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This question is for the older style 2 piece Kohler toilets (model 4634-AA) with the 3 and 1/4" flapper valve. Notice the extra large nut holding the assembly onto the tank. It's obvious that in order to remove the seal inside the toilet, the entire flush assembly around the flush hole must be removed. That means loosening the extra large nut holding it on from the bottom. But I can't find the part # of the specail tool / wrench needed. What is it?

The attached picture shows the bottom of the tank and me trying to replace the wrong part only to realize the part I got was small enough to fit inside the flush hole. This model has a 3.25" flapper valve, not a 2" flapper valve. Getting off the extra large nut is the main problem and needs a special tool or wrench.
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Phoenix AZ
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October 28, 2014
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No tools were needed.. shut of the water hold the handle up and you can get to the seal at the bottom of the canister. My old one got sticky and was hard to flush. There is a little plastic that you twist to release the canister. Check the web site for a directional video..
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February 26, 2013
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You're right, you don't need a special tool but you're wrong that you can reach in and turn the assembly with the overflow tube on it. The entire assembly is held in place by a large plastic nut under the tank, see pictures. But I am not about to buy a wrench that can turn a nut over 4 inches in diameter. Time to call the plumber or find a friend with a large wrench, my irrigation man in fact. Trying to Read More
You're right, you don't need a special tool but you're wrong that you can reach in and turn the assembly with the overflow tube on it. The entire assembly is held in place by a large plastic nut under the tank, see pictures. But I am not about to buy a wrench that can turn a nut over 4 inches in diameter. Time to call the plumber or find a friend with a large wrench, my irrigation man in fact. Trying to twist the assembly only gives you a hernia. Read Less
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February 18, 2013
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Thank you for your inquiry. I apologize but there is no special tool/wrench needed to replace th GP1059291. What you need to do is take the piece that the rim feed hose goes through the middle of and turn it counter clockwise and it will unlock; pull out that piece and then the outside shell that the gasket is attached to will come out; lastly take the old seal off and put the new seal on.
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how do i remove & install this washer?

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Hood River, OR 97031, USA
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There is a youTube video which will guide you. It is not really difficult.
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Turn off the water supply to the toilet.
Pull out the soft rubber tube that connects to the top of the filler column in the center of the tank.
While gently twisting, pull out the big tube in the center of the tank. It has a T shaped catch at the bottom that will pull out. Don't work too fast, be patient and it pulls out. It'll flush when you pull it out.
The rubber ring at the bottom diameter just pulls
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Turn off the water supply to the toilet.
Pull out the soft rubber tube that connects to the top of the filler column in the center of the tank.
While gently twisting, pull out the big tube in the center of the tank. It has a T shaped catch at the bottom that will pull out. Don't work too fast, be patient and it pulls out. It'll flush when you pull it out.
The rubber ring at the bottom diameter just pulls out of the end of the big tube you just removed. there's no glue or fasteners, it's just resting in a groove.
put in the new ring.
push the big tube back down (now that it's out you can see the T at the bottom of the tube and if you look into the tank you can see where it fits into. it's obvious once it's apart.
look to see that the new ring is concentric in it's seating.
turn the water back on.
if it still leaks after you replaced it, repeat these steps making sure to properly load the rubber ring into it's seat.
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Thank you for your inquiry. I recommend contacting our Kohler Customer Service Department and speaking to a technician who could walk you through removing and installation. The toll free number is 1-800-456-4537.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 116 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This was easy to replace. Only concern is making sure you don't brake the plastic canister attachment to the toilet. October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Seal works Seal does it what it is supposed, easy to put on. Fair price to be able to flush again, October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Save water Stops the toilet from running and water bills climbing October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap fix. This little guy was easy to install. $6 bucks? Go for it! October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solved the problem Worked like a charm. I'm 63 single and mechanically challenged but was able to install it myself. No more running toilet. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Installing toilet tank flush seal . The seal was easy to install,you must turn the water off in order to install, the instructions were labeled under the tank from the the toilet as to how to remove a certain part where the seal is located, I also went to you tube and I found a real good demonstration due to the fact that the parts are plastic, being careful,having the right part all went well , no more leaky toilet sound in the middle of the night, and I save money by not bringing in a plumber ! September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple Fix Its a shame Kohler had to go with this proprietary flush mechanism, "cause getting parts means I have to drive 35 miles to get 'em. But the repair is pretty simple and take all of 2 minutes. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Toilet, but be Aware HD doesn't sell replacement parts for Koehler I have another Koehler toilet in my house, and the seal on the flushing mechanism started leaking so I went to get a new gasket to replace it. The only replacement part Home Depot sells in the little rubber seal that I needed, and it was $7. The sales associate said you have to order any other parts directly from Koehler October 4, 2016
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