How can I tell what model American Standard toilet I have?

How can I tell what model American Standard toilet I have?

Where can I find the model number of my toilet? Carefully remove your tank lid, and place it gently on the floor. You’ll notice a four-digit number located on the back of the tank, near the water level mark. This is your tank model number.

What are the parts called inside a toilet?

There are really only two main toilet tank parts: The toilet flush valve, which lets water gush into the bowl during the flush, and the fill valve, which lets water refill the tank after the flush. When a toilet runs constantly or intermittently, one of these valves is usually at fault.

Why does my American Standard toilet keep running?

A float that’s set too low produces a weak flush; if it’s set too high, water spills into the toilet overflow tube and the fill valve won’t shut off. The toilet keeps running. Keep adjusting the float until the water shuts off at the proper level.

How do you repair an American standard toilet?

The repair of a leaking American Standard Champion Toilet with the Flush Tower Style Valve is fairly simple. First call American Standard at 1-800-442-1902 to have them send you the new Flowise flush valve. Once the new flush valve is on hand the toilet tank will need to be removed from the bowl in order to replace the valve.

What is an American standard toilet?

An American Standard toilet is a quality toilet that meets all of our safety and usability requirements. It is also a more affordable and highly rated option than the classy American Standard Town Square Flowise.

What is a standard toilet?

Standard toilet heights measure 15 to 16 inches from floor to seat top. Without the seat they measure around 14 to 15 1/2 inches. This is the standard height that was followed since toilets were introduced to the modern community.

What are the parts of a commercial toilet?

It consists of multiple parts, but is commonly sold as a complete unit. Parts include: upper lever, float rod, lower lever, plunger, valve seat, refill tube, nylon seat, eye screw, body, hush tube, regular shank, shank gasket, lock nut, coupling nut washer, riser pipe and repair shank.