SAM, You would want to replace the seal. . 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 happy to help you. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
the Champion 4 model requires 1.6 gallons of water for each flush (1.6 gpf) while the Champion 4 max requires only 1.28 gallons per flush.
Tasha, Yes, the Champion model is what would be considered a standard toilet as long as you order the standard height and not the right height model. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
They can send you a gasket to replace the piece but the part can be damaged and you'll be unable or able to change it in my case I'm going to call to replace the valve inside
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. All current product has been put through stringent testing. 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. Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.
TooLow, Thanks for the ADA question on the American Standard Champion Max toilet. The bowl is 16.5" when measure to the floor to the top of the rim. The ADA standard includes the measurement of a seat. So once you install a seat, which generally adds 1" to 2" to the overall height, then it would comply. Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.
No, just white, bone, or linen.
Yes even includes a slow close seat and lid that seemed flimsy when I installed it almost 3 years ago. We are a big couple over 260 lbs and it's has worked flawless so far.
Much more powerful flush,