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Cadet 3 Tall Height 2-piece 1.0/ 1.6 GPF Dual Flush Elongated Toilet in White, Seat Included

  • Includes slow-close seat and wax ring
  • Dual flush offers full flush and water-conserving light flush
  • EverClean inhibits the growth of stain and odor causing mildew
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Product Overview

The Cadet 3 Right Height Dual Flush Toilet from American Standard offers substantial water savings at the push of a button. Choose a full flush that releases 1.6 gallons of water or a partial flush using just 1.0 gallons for a lighter flush. Comfortable, elongated chair height bowl ensures effortless sitting and standing. The exclusive EverClean surface and PowerWash rim ensure a longer-lasting clean.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bowl Height without Seat (in.)
16.5
Flush Valve Size (in.)
3
Product Depth (in.)
29.75 in
Product Height (in.)
31 in
Product Width (in.)
15 in

Details

Bowl Height
Chair Height
Bowl/Seat Shape
Elongated
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Features
No Additional Features
Flushing Technology
Siphonic Jet
Flushing Type
Dual Flush
Gallons Per Flush
1
Handle Location
Top
Included
Seat
MaP Performance Rating
1000
Material
Vitreous China
Mount Location
Floor Mount
Product Weight (lb.)
85 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rough In Size
12 inch Rough In
Seat Front Type
Closed
Style
Transitional
Toilet Type
Two-Piece
Trapway Diameter (in.)
2
Trip Lever Location
Top

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ADA Compliant,ANSI Certified,ASME Certified,CSA Certified,IAPMO Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 5-year

Questions & Answers

142Questions33Answers

Is it recommended to put a clorox bleach tab in the tank?

Asked by Reckles January 11, 2021
1
Answer

Reckles, No, please don't put a clorox tab in the tank. It will ruin the seals and cause the tank to refill. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

I need to buy 2 toilets, but I cannot find any info. about what size toilets to buy when you have...

Asked by Birdwatcher1957 January 5, 2021
4
Answers

If you want flush volume ... 1.6 is the max I have found .. watch out for toilets with 1.28 flush ... great of No. 1; but, too little in my experience for No. 2. If you want a nice aethetic ... there will be compromises for flush capability ... Since, flush is really helped by the tank being higher. The old institutional toilets with tanks on the wall at about 7 feet up ... were made to gain the help of gravity. If you have kids ... a shorter bowl might be needed ... as low as 15 to 15.5 inches. If you have older/disabled/elderly persons in the house ... a 16/16.5/17 inch bowl height is needed so that they don't struggle to get off the toilet so much. For a 20 - 30 year lifetime ... consider those that are 'average' of 16.5 inches to top of bowl.

does this include flush valves?

Asked by doman December 19, 2020
5
Answers

yes

I am wondering about what can be used to clean the bowl... Can you use Simple Green.. Can you use...

Asked by Questioner November 26, 2020
3
Answers

Use only mfrer recommended cleaners ... the vitreous shine is very necessary to help keep the bowl clean. Any marring, scratching, scouring will eventually render the bowl surface rough, and it will make cleaning very frequent and difficult.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE AMERICAN STANDARD H2OPTION DUAL FLUSH AND THE AMERICAN STANDARD CADET 3 DUAL FLUSH?

Asked by KONAJOEVANGOGH September 23, 2020
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Answers

If you investigate the H2Option as individual tank and bowl ... which is an expensive route .. you'll discover that the bowl on the An Std Cadet 3 Dual Flush appear to be exactly the same as the H2Option bowl. The tank for the Cadet 3 Dual Flush looks great though doesn't it? ... but, does not have quite the same capability of the H2Option tank. At $188 for the Am Std Cadet 3 ... it is the best value available .. buy it now at that price .. it's not always there. plus the replacement components will be available for years to come. I liked the 15 year old one so much, I added the same toilet for another bathroom recently.

What length for water supply line? What should installation cost be? We are seniors. HD charges m...

Asked by colorado September 13, 2020
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Answers

A flexible braided supply line, with Metal connections is best ... it should be long enough to allow flex easily, as the toilet bowl will easily especially when heavy humans sit on the bowl. The new "click" type connector at the tank is highly recommended .. by insurance companies; a recent class action lawsuit against the manufacturer of one made with a plastic tank non-click connector was won by the plaintiffs ... because the plastic connector on its own, would loosen or even fracture over time ... And insurance companies filed suit against the manufacturer.

Cadet 3 Tall Height 2-piece 1.0/1.6 GPF Dual Flush Elongated Toilet with Slow Close Seat in White...

Asked by colorado September 7, 2020
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Answers

The wax ring did not come in my box .. nor did a supply line .. .at least the tank components are pre-assembled in the tank. Get a metal braided supply line, at least 1.5 inches too long, and with a 'click' connector to the toilet. The non-click ones, the connector is too soft, will either eventually loosen or crack, causing a flood in your bathroom and the floors below. Insurance companies have a class action suit against one manufacturer of these soft plastic connectors.

What is HD installation charge? Does HD take old toilet? Does installer pick up toilet or does ...

Asked by colorado September 7, 2020
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Answers

If you have your own favorite plumber .. .use him .. but, you'll have to buy the wax ring, supply line or tell him to bring them with him. If you don't have a favorite plumber ... you can ask HD to install .. but, again, include the wax ring and supply line ... and either bring them home too, or make sure they pick them up; having the plumber pick up the toilet and parts .. will cost you for the extra effort.

I only have 10.75" rough-in between the center of the floor flange and the back wall. Will this t...

Asked by Mel September 2, 2020
3
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12 in. rough-in

what is height of toilet?

Asked by randy August 7, 2020
2
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to the bowl is 16 1/2" to the seat edge is 17 3/4"

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 832 reviews
  • 75% recommend this product
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Easy Install
I’ve never installed a toilet before, and installing this toilet was so easy I kind of wondered, is that all? Nervously turned the water on and it works perfectly. It needed slight adjustment with the water level but the instructions were clear and I managed just fine. I needed a toilet to fit in my very small bathroom and never dreamed I would find one on the shelf at HD, and at such and affordable price. Still feel like it might be too good to be true, I guess we’ll wee
by Abagael
Many issues including ghost flushing
Really unimpressed with my new toilet. I went to HD to purchase a Glacier Bay model (which I've installed in the past) but my eye caught this Cadet 3 Dual Flush Flowise priced $60 off. They also had one that was Bone colored price at $58, but no more stock and I couldn't buy display. I'd call that a deep discount and now I know why. I have never purchased a toilet that needed so many adjustments and it's still not right. Toilet install was straight forward, what happened next is just a matter of poor build quality (in my opinion). I turned the water on and after a minute the toilet tank/bowl was filled (I thought, no fill line visible on tank). I soon realized the fill valve didn't shut off due to the float being way out of adjustment. I adjusted as much as I could and then realized the adjustment stem is deformed, I had to actually push the float down the rod since just turning the rod did nothing. At least I got the fill valve to shut off, but where was the water slowing going? Thank goodness for some youtube videos that mentioned the gasket at the bottom of the dual flush mechanism. I took that off and it appeared the gasket wasn't sitting flat. I took the gasket off and turned it over, that helped a lot, but over the course of a few hours the water level will drop ever so slowly causing the flush valve to activate and bring the tank back up to it's proper level, whatever that is. May take 3 hours to trigger it, but it shouldn't leak at all, this is a NEW toilet. I did check the overflow tube and water is about 1/2" from the top, which is what is recommended. I left the lid off for the next couple of days, cleaned the gasket again and cleaned all other surfaces in contact with the gasket. Still seeing the water level slowly drop. I thought maybe the gasket is different on one side than the other, so flipped it back to it's original position, ghost flushing still continues. Put some food coloring into the water and after a few hours could see a slight tint in the toilet bowl water, I'm guessing the gasket is still not sealing 100%. Now it came time to put the lid on which I hadn't done since purchase. Went to flush the 1.0gpf side and the only way to flush is to hold the button down. Well at least I found adjustment instructions for that issue. Took about 10 minutes to get it right. Due to all of these issues and trying to research solutions took me probably 4x longer to install this poorly built product (so much for saving money) ... and it's still not right. My Glacier Bays came out of the box, I slapped on a wax ring, set them on the flange, bolted them down, hooked up the water, done! I didn't even bother to see what country this toilet was made in, if the US, I'm ashamed. If Mexico or other country, still no excuse. Nice that it has a 5 year warranty, I'm hoping to make it one year. VERY disappointed with my purchase. Even though I got a great deal (I found out 2 days later HD will not sell this model any longer, now I know why), American Standard would have done right and tossed these toilets in the trash rather than let such product go to market. What do I need to make it right, pretty much every part in the tank or a replacement tank with all the parts installed!! Stay clear and find something better, especially if this model has been discontinued (per HD).
by BobV
Response from AmericanStandardBrandsFeb 18, 2021
BobV,
2. As the manufacturer, we are very interested in supplying consumers with a quality product that delivers the expected performance. Anytime we hear problems encountered in the use of one of our products, we want to get involved and resolve the difficulties the best we can. We appreciate you taking the time to share this feedback with us. We would like to connect with you to learn more about your experience to find a way to help! Please visit the American Standard Website, and email us directly through the “Contact Us” section and reference your review. Sincerely Your American Standard Consumer Connections Team. AmericanStandard
7 people found this helpful
Needed to replace an old low profile toilet. What I liked about this unit, is that it his higher ...
Needed to replace an old low profile toilet. What I liked about this unit, is that it his higher than the old one, and saves water when flushed (I liked the two Button flush options on the top of the tank). It was easy to assemble and mount. Keep in mind, this is a two person lift due to its weight (I learned the hard way and my back was hurting for a few days). This unit was worth the price. Recommended for seniors (like myself) and those with leg issues.
by David
Easy to install
Easy step by step directions. All the parts were in the box. Dual flush feature works great. Glad I replaced both of our toilets with these. Excellent job American Standard.
by Patrick
Serious lid/bolt design problem, otherwise good
Design flaw in the bolt/lid area, see pix, oblong hole with a round bolt?! Seriously, no matter what you do the lid isn't ABLE to stay in place, American Standard should have to recall/replace all of these - and we installed 2 before we knew
by ice4adal
Bathroom upgrade
Installed this toilet in both bathrooms about a week ago. Previous toilets were an old round style. I am very pleased so far. Pros: fits small bathrooms well ( 15 in tank width and under 30in back to front ),dual flush, slow close seat. Cons: seat hieght- I thought the extra height woulnt make much difference, but being short (5’5) it actually does.
by MandyH
4 people found this helpful
Purchased two. Nice product. Only issue is the tank wobbled after professional installation on on...
Purchased two. Nice product. Only issue is the tank wobbled after professional installation on one of the commodes that didn’t sit flat against the wall. Issue was fixed and both are now stable and look great!
by Stinagene
Easy install and fit perfectly. I love the dual flush option.
Easy install and fit perfectly. I love the dual flush option.
by Momof5
4 people found this helpful
Very easy to install works well and very easy to use. Worth the .oney spent on. It .
Very easy to install works well and very easy to use. Worth the .oney spent on. It .
by mailman
1 person found this helpful
It's much better for me to have a taller toilet, with my arthritic knees and I couldn't be happie...
It's much better for me to have a taller toilet, with my arthritic knees and I couldn't be happier! This toilet is environmentally friendly and uses much less water. The slow close lid is a very nice feature!
by Nik
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