Moon5, It is according to if the rough in is exactly 12" and there is always a nominal dimension according to which model you get. There is no way to correct the issue. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
kimg, The water level in the tank will need to be 1/2" below the overflow tube. When a new toilet is installed and the water is shut on and off it will cause debris to be in the fill valve causing the toilet to run. I am going to attach a link to show you how to flush it out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3txuOZoZ4Xo Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
Not that I am aware of. Due to medical issues, I have had situations in which I have clogged other makes and models of toilets such as Kohler, etc. but I have NEVER clogged a Champion. In my worst case situations, thIs toilet has only required a second flush to completely clear the bowl.
It is approx 19 inches
Hello, Thank you for reaching out to American Standard Consumer Connection Team. The base of the bowl is 10-3/4" wide by 24-1/4" long. You can scroll down to the Info & Guides section to find a link to the product specification sheet to show you all the available dimensions. If you need additional assistance, please visit the American Standard Website, and email us directly through the “Contact Us” section and an American Standard Consumer Connection Advisor will be happy to assist you.
Elie, Thanks for the question on the difference between these two toilets. The 2004 American Standard Champion is a normal height bowl that is 15" tall, while the 2034 is a right height version that is 16.5" tall. Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.
The bolts, yes: the wax ring, no.
yes the bowl height is 16.5 , with horse collar 17.5, I would buy more of these , I am really satisfied , I brought 4 of these.
Dwigh, yes you will need to replace the complete flush valve. The part number is 3280.040-0070A. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connections Team.