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Fluidmaster Curved Toilet Tank Lever in White

The Fluidmaster Trip Lever in white combines a plastic handle and a durable metal arm and features a stylish white finish. The arm bends to fit a variety of tanks in front-mount, side-mount and angle-mount configurations.
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how is it installed?

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March 10, 2013
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Larry123
New Castle,De
March 11, 2013
The flusher handle & arm are very easy to install. If I recall the other reviewers correctly, almost everyone posted how easy to install. I agree!
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FluidmasterSupport
March 11, 2013
After removing the old lever, the new toilet handle is installed by removing the lock nut (this is a reverse threaded nut so as you are facing the thread and lock nut rotate the nut counterclockwise to remove) off the thread and metal arm. Slip the metal arm into the toilet tank hole from outside the tank, being careful not to damage the ceramic while snugly pushing the square frame surrounding the new handle into the hole, and aligning the handle to sit horizontally and parallel to the tank lid. In some cases the lever arm may need to be bent so in cases like these start the bend approximately 1 to 2 inches from the 90 degree bend and slowly bend the tank lever away from the front wall of the tank. (It is always a good idea to use the old tank lever as a template and make your bends prior to inserting the lever into the toilet.) Once the handle is oriented to give an appropriate look from the front of the toilet and allow downward flushing, slip the lock nut through the tank lever arm and tighten the new lock nut from inside the tank to secure the new handle in place. The lock nut is a reverse threaded nut so when tightening the nut(as you are facing the front of the toilet tank) turn it in a clockwise rotation. After that, simply connect the flapper chain to allow just a small amount of slack in the chain so that after the toilet is flushed, the flapper is free to fall completely and fully seal the tank.
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Jake
May 7, 2013
Very easily...Your old one will come off with a nut on the inside of the toilet. You may not even need tools. Insert the new one, attach the chain to lift the flapper and you are done.
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3ntity
New Jersey, USA
August 20, 2013
it is easy if the square hole of the tank fits the square plastic. Bending the metal arm is not easy, because I was concern about breaking the curve plastic that connects the metal arm.
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Is white the only color or does it come in bone color as well?

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Riverhead
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May 11, 2013
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FluidmasterSupport
May 13, 2013
The Home Depot carries a number of different Designer Tank Levers from Fluidmaster, including White, Chrome, Brushed Nickel, and Oil Rubbed Bronze however bone is not currently available
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3ntity
New Jersey, USA
August 20, 2013
i did not see it, I saw in White and chrome, check Home Depot website
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which tank levers are replaceable for standard toilets

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August 25, 2014
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August 27, 2014
Fluidmaster makes tank levers that are bendable. Both plastic and metal levers. Our tank levers are used on Standard toilet tanks. Visit our website to review our tank levers. Tank levers are numbered: 680, 681, 628, 683, 684 up to 687. Our side mount push button lever is # 691. contact Fluidmaster Technical Service Department from 5:30 AM to 5:00 PM (Pacific) Monday thru Friday and the toll free number is 800-631-2011. If you prefer e-mail please contact us at techsupport@fluidmaster.com
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