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Model #7301111-0070A

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  • Eliminates clogged toilets so you can flush with confidence
  • Features a 4 in. flush valve
  • High bulk removal of 1000 grams
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Product Overview

Meet the Champion 4, the undisputed leader in high performance toilets. With the industries widest 2-3/8 in. trap-way and 4 in. flush valve, it created a plunger free world for homeowners and virtually eliminated clogged toilet call backs for plumbers. The Champion will move a mass 70% larger than the industry standard. It achieves the highest bulk removal rating of 1,000 grams and will even flush a bucket of golf balls. Which means you can flush with confidence and never worry about plunging a toilet again.
  • To be used with the American Standard champion toilet flush valve
  • Durable construction
  • Easy to install
  • Reliable performance

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
0.01
Product Length (in.)
4
Product Thickness (in.)
.01 in
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Color/Finish Family
Blue
Flexible
Yes
Hardware Included
No
Material
Rubber
Pack Size
1
Plumbing Part Type
Gasket
Returnable
90-Day
Shape
Round
Use
Toilet

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1-year

Questions & Answers

252Questions12Answers

How to replace gasket on new model valve? There is no black wing nut. The chain anchor is molded into clamahell.

Asked by omomom April 6, 2021
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Answer

omomom, Disconnect the top of the chain from the trip lever arm. Lift upper float with one hand and grasp guide rod thoroughly with other hand. Remove upper float by turning counter clockwise. You will hear two clicks. Slide rubber seal onto the top float and line up slots. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

Water was running all the time. Replaced the seal/gasket under the top green shaped bowl. Fixed the problem. Month later same thing happened. I replaced the gasket again, fixed it. Week later, leaking again. Any ideas?

Asked by Debbie N April 6, 2021
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Answer

Debbie N, Are you by any chance using in tank cleaners in the tank? That will ruin the seals. If not, make sure that you have the slots lined up when replacing the new seal. If neither of these are the issue please contact us directly through the American Standard website “Contact Us” located at the bottom of our home page. One of our reps will be able to troubleshoot with you. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

The seal on my American Standard toilet is leaking. the blue replacement seal says it is 4", and yet the old one that I'm taking off seems to measure 4 1/4". Is the new 4" one the correct replacement?

Asked by Andy_1 March 15, 2021
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Answer

Andy_1, The seal should measure 4". The blue one is the correct seal. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

Will this part # 7301111-0070AP/827053 fit a Champion 4 Max toilet Model # 2586.12ST/3186.128ST?

Asked by Bmore March 7, 2021
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Answer

Bmore, Yes, this is the exact seal you will want to use for the Champion tank. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

I want to replace the flush valve seaI am trying to remove the black thumbscrew on the top of the green piece, but there are two small nubs on each side of the green top that prevent me from turning the thumbscrew. What can I do?

Asked by shoff23 February 28, 2021
1
Answer

shoff23, The nubs are supposed to be there. You will just need to force it. It won't break even though it seems like it would. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

My toilet Leaks when I flush. Is this what I'll need to repair

Asked by Moe February 20, 2021
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Answers

This might be the part if your toilet leaks into the toilet bowl after the tank has refilled. If it's leaking outside the toilet then one of the other seals needs replacing. Or replace them all if you've had the toilet for a long time.

Help replace the flapper seal on my Champion 4 Max toilet. Inside of the tank is 4215A and on the owners manual is 3186.128ST. The directions I find say to remove the black thumbscrew on the top of the green piece. There is no screw, it is all one piece

Asked by PJ53 February 12, 2021
1
Answer

Hello, Thank you for reaching out to the American Standard Consumer Connection Team. You may have the newer version of the champion flush valve, the top part will turn to unlock. If there is anything we can assist you in the future, please feel free to contact us at 1-855-815-0004 Monday – Friday, 8AM – 7PM EST or Saturday 10AM – 4PM and an American Standard Consumer Connection Advisor will be happy to assist you.

Have a 4215A toilet . The flapper valve is leaking, but there isn't a wing nut on top of the green dome it is all one piece. How do I change the flapper seal.

Asked by Bigtgmc January 30, 2021
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Answer

Bigtgmc, We have a video on youtube.com that shows how to change this seal now. I am attaching it for you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMb6M9h1xqg Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

I need a flush valve seal for American Standard Model 4149A

Asked by Arla January 25, 2021
1
Answer

Arla, . Please contact us directly through the American Standard website “Contact Us” located at the bottom of our home page and one of our reps will be able to order this for you under your warranty. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

I have a Champion 4 2 piece toilet. There are air bubbles around the fill and flush valve seals at the bottom of the tank, but no apparent leaks. Is this normal? What would be the cause?

Asked by Ray3116 January 21, 2021
1
Answer

Ray3116, . Please contact us directly through the American Standard website “Contact Us” located at the bottom of our home page. It is not normal for air bubbles to be around the seals at the bottom of the tank. One of our reps will be able to order parts for you. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

Champion 4 Flush Valve Seal Kit - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 577 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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THEY MAY LOOK THE SAME, SOME HAVE THE SAME COLOR BUT THEY ARE NOT THE SAME. ONLY THE AMERICAN ST...
THEY MAY LOOK THE SAME, SOME HAVE THE SAME COLOR BUT THEY ARE NOT THE SAME. ONLY THE AMERICAN STD. SEAL WORKED TO STOP THE WATER LEAKING. NOT THE AFTERMARKET ONE. WELL WORTH THE COST.
by HAWK1950
1 person found this helpful
The correct direct-fit replacement for my American Standard 4266. Easy-to-follow directions. Le...
The correct direct-fit replacement for my American Standard 4266. Easy-to-follow directions. Leak resolved. As other reviews have noted, make sure that you seat the top and bottom halves of the "clamshell" flapper together after replacement, and don't forget to replace the included O ring to seal the thumbscrew.
by MM
While it was difficult to remove the old part, the new part is doing exactly what it's supposed t...
While it was difficult to remove the old part, the new part is doing exactly what it's supposed to. No more ghost flushes now after this new part has been installed.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
2nd time in replacing this part... They last about 2 years and have to be replaced. Kinda of a pa...
2nd time in replacing this part... They last about 2 years and have to be replaced. Kinda of a pain to spend so much on a commode and have to fix it so often...
by RhandyTn
Response from AmericanStandardBrandsApr 27, 2018
Dear RhandyTn,

I apologize that you are having issues with the Champion seal not lasting. The life of a seal is dependent on water conditions such as hard water or possibly too much chlorine if you have city water. It id not a defect of the seal itself.

Sincerely,
AS Customer Care Tech Team AmericanStandard
2 people found this helpful
Works great...
Works great
by HomeDepotCustomer
The toilet was "ghost flushing" every ten minutes. I figured it was costing me over $1.00 per da...
The toilet was "ghost flushing" every ten minutes. I figured it was costing me over $1.00 per day in wasted water. When I replaced the valve seal it stopped leaking immediately. Easy to install!
by JerryfromChicago
5 people found this helpful
“New” gasket still leaks
After watching the how to video on A.S. Web site I installed the o-ring and gasket to no avail. Made sure ribs and notches lined up. Screwed cap down till it snapped once. Still leaking. Why are these parts so badly made that they need replacing every couple years?
by RUKiddingme
Response from AmericanStandardBrandsApr 12, 2021
RUKiddingme,

Thank you for your review as it is very important to us. We are very sorry for the issue you are experiencing and the inconvenience this has caused you. Please contact us directly through the American Standard website “Contact Us” located at the bottom of our home page. Please reference the title of your review, so we can help get your issue resolved. Sincerely, American Standard Consumer Connection Team AmericanStandard
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Perfect fit. Easy install. Problem solved....
Perfect fit. Easy install. Problem solved.
by Revog
Completely wrong part. American Standard's Champion 2002 model has a tower valve that needs to be...
Completely wrong part. American Standard's Champion 2002 model has a tower valve that needs to be upgraded to the Champion Tank Seal. But no one tells you and you end up ordering parts like this that you don't bother to return because RMAs are a hassle and driving to the nearest Home Depot store costs more in gas than the price of this part. If you're not a plumber, I suggest you go to the store and hope you can find a knowledgeable salesperson to help you with toilets. Even then some of these parts are not available at the store itself. Soooooooo...
by AbeFroman
Response from AmericanStandardBrandsApr 2, 2021
AbeFroman,
1. I'm sorry to see you aren't completely satisfied with your toilet. We put a lot of thought into our products, so it is unfortunate whenever we do not meet a customer’s expectations. 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
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