The American Standard Toilet Flush Valve features plastic construction and a counterbalance style. The flush valve includes a flapper, an O-ring gasket and mounting hardware. Like all American Standard products the Toilet Flush Valve is designed to function flawlessly and is built to last.
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93%of customersrecommend this product38 of 41reviews
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93%of customersrecommend this product38 of 41reviews
I own three American Standard toilets that are twenty or so years old. For the past several years, I have been trying to find replacement flush valves for them as slow leaks had developed over time. All generic units I tried were poor fits. When I found the genuine AS part on line, I was delighted. The part was a snap to install (took less than five minutes for everything) and stopped the slow leaks entirely. Very glad to have found the part at a reasonable price
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Review 2 for Toilet Flush Valve-DISCONTINUED
Product would be better if it included a fastener for the lift rod
The part seems well-built enough, but there's no clip or fastener included to secure the chain to the flush handle lift rod. Because of that, I had to just tie it in a little knot and re-tie if periodically until I can locate an appropriate fastener. While it's a kind of small gripe, it's annoying to not have that component. Shipping was fast from Home Depot, but the item itself was the thing. Still, if you have a toilet like mine that won't accept "universal" kits, this is what we have to work with.
I needed to replace my flush valve assembly on my 1957 Standard one-piece toilet. After a slight panic in having one of the three original screw-heads strip, the install was a breeze. The whole thing took less than 30 minutes and now I have a toilet that flushes every time and doesn't leak water continuously into the bowl.
The quality is not as high as the original, but the fact that there are no metal parts in the assembly to rush in the water more than offsets this.
If you need to replace your original don't hesitate to buy this replacement. Money well spent!
We were having a lot of issues with our American Standard one-piece toilet, which was an older model. It was seeping water between the tank and bowl, would not flush...This was the answer to all of our problems. Once we installed this part, we have not had a single problem again. Lifesaver!
Pros: Reliable, Easy to Install, Good Instructions, No Leaks
This valve is a little pricy but don't even bother looking for something else. This is the only one that works with this American Standard Toilet. Believe me I've wasted plenty of time and money and this one does work. The others will allow water to slowly bypass the stopper and you constantly waste water and hear the tank valve come on. It took less than three min to install.
I just installed these and they work. For 20 years, I've had trouble with the water level leaking down on our one piece AS toilets. I replaced the flush valves with new ones from Lowes and they leaked down even worse, and the amount of time the valve would stay open was too short. I had to modify the water drain holes in them. . I then bought some on line from a plumbing supply house thinking that quality would be better. The price of those flush valves were about twice the Lowes price. They still leaked down and the valve open time was too short. . I finally got these, which are an American Standard package. Amazing. Although they look the same basically as all my previous, these work. No leaking. The valve open time is perfect. And....the price is right. I recommend them.
Ordered 2 of these flushes to repair leaks in my American Standard toilets that use brass assembly. After installing the new plastic version they still have slow leak. I keep tightening them and trying to get the to seal. So far they still have slow leak. Frustrating. They should work perfectly as new and not leak. Hope they will eventually seal. I think it is the rubber stopper that is leaking,
Have replaced this part ~every three years, getting it at a plumbing supply AT A:MOST 4X THE COST (w/brass ring)!!! Minerals in my water kept destroying the brass....so the plastic ring is fabulous! The manufacturer should include SS screws instead of the brass and then everything would last longer. I had to add them.
This product works perfect for my American Standard Low Profile 1 piece toilet. I only had to increase the size of the drain hole built into the flush valve to shorten the flush time. Only took me 15 minutes to replace valve and make adjustments. This valve would not require any adjustments in a normal size toilet.
I messed with this problem for too long because I didn't want to have to order the part on line. That was a mistake. The red, non-American Standard replacement flappers available in the store just didn't seal completely. Once this part arrived, I had it swapped out in about 2 minutes (I am generally horrible at DIY projects). On the test flush, I could feel the suction from a good seal between the flapper and the seat. No more running toilet. Note: this part worked well for my American Standard Elisse (model 2008) one piece, low profile toilet. Home Depot had a better online price for this part than other sites I checked.
I bought this to replace a leaky valve. I have installed it and uninstalled it several times. It still does not seal properly. I cleaned the area where the gasket meets with CLR and scrubbed the heck out of the area. I watched several Youtube videos and it still leaks! I am not happy with this product. I could not find a customer service phone number to call for help. What a big waste of my time. I have had less expensive toilets that were easier to repair. Probably will not buy any American Standard products again.
The instructions are clear and the installation was fairly easy. I was disappointed at first because it seemed to leak every so often as the rubber was not seating well. But then after about a week it quit altogether. Before the installation the leak was a constant irritant with the water coming on every hour or two to refill. After the installation the problem was not with the water coming on, but just that the tank would be empty when flush was attempted. The valve is designed to stop the cycling of the leak -refill routine. However, as I noted the leak stopped after about a week.