|Product Depth (in.)||4 in||Product Height (in.)||8 in|
|Product Width (in.)||4 in|
|Mounting Style||Front/left||Pack Size||1|
|Plumbing Part Type||Toilet Flush Handle/Actuator||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||This JAG product is guaranteed to be free from defective materials and workmanship for 5 years from date of purchase.|
A: Thank you for your message... This question is a Little Tricky: If you actually have the JAG 18-608 mode in your toilet - ie: If this item was purchased On Line At Home Depot, and if you have the Original Purchase Documents, then we can match the Dual Flush Valve and Advise advise what Rubber Gasket is most suitable to solve this slow leak issue. If, however, this is a dual flush valve from a different company, the answer would be "Maybe".... All dual flush valves are different and from Different manufacturers. If you can ascertain what model you have - or even supply the Toilet Brand Name, our techs may be able to assist you. Please send us an email at SALES@JAGPlumbingProducts.com with photos and details and we will get to work locating the right part for you.
A: I have this same problem and my toilet is only 2 years old! The part # is V221. Is there something that can be replaced instead of replacing the entire valve? Also, I've taken the top off of the V221 but don't know how to access the rubber bushing.
A: Thank you for your question, The simplest way to ascertain the water usage is to peek inside the tank and watch the water level. Flush the Larger Water Volume First, and note where the water drops down to on the side of the tank; then do the same again for the lesser flush and you should see a lesser "drop" in the water level. for more technical information, you can also contact www.Vortens.com for their videos and details. Thanks and Happy Shopping!
A: I have a Vortens phone # 866-821-2811 part # RA2407003000 for the flapper valve printed on the inside of the toiled tank lid but Vortens tech wants me to email them photos of the "inside of the toilet tank". It looks just like the one pictured here at the Home Depot Web site except mine has a button instead of a handle. I took mine apart and couldn't see why it was sticking open and I don't think I can get it back together so I'm buying a new valve.
A: If they are in a Vortens toilet replace the toilet tank or the whole thing. The tanks are defective and crack and leak.