Installation Guide

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6 Floor hardware 801-6
7 Tank assembly hardware 801-7
8 Bevel disc & bowl bolt caps 801-8
9 Toilet seat assembly set 801-9
1 Flush valve 801-1
2 Fill valve 801-2
3 Flush button 801-3
4 Wax ring 801-4
5 Tank-to-bowl seal 801-5
Part Description Part #
Problem Possible Cause Corrective Action
Poor ush 1. Shut-o valve is not fully open. 1. Open the valve.
2. Water pressure is low. 2. Increase the pressure.
3. Push rod is too short. 3. Adjust push rod to desired length.
4. There is dirt in pipe. 4. Clean the dirt from pipe.
5. Filter element is blocked. 5. Clean the lter element.
6. Water seal hole is blocked. 6. Dredge water seal hole.
Toilet leaking 1. The button poles are too long. 1. Adjust the length of button poles.
2. The rubber seal of outlet is broken. 2. Change the rubber seal.
3. Water supply is stopped. 3. Change or adjust the inlet tting.
4. Rubber seal between tank and bowl is 4. Change the rubber seal.
5. The oat level is higher than overow. 5. Adjust the water level to the mark position.
6. The tting is wedged. 6. Check for the wedged tting.
Excessive noise 1. Valve is blocked. 2. Remove dirt or obstruction from the valve
when tank is lling head. Flush the lines.
Part Description Part #
Excessive noise
when tank is lling