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Fluidmaster 555CRP8 Toilet Tune-Up Flusher Fixer Kit
The Flusher Fixer Kit comes equipped with a new drain seat for repairing older, corroded tank drains. The adjustable timing cup provides for the most efficient flush possible. The chlorine-resistant flapper works great for harsh water regions.
1 year warranty through the manufacturer.
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Does this Fluidmaster flusher fixer kit fasten in to the opening in the bottom of the toilet?by Clifford E. on 03-26-2014
Installation of the Fluidmaster 555CRP8 are as follows: 1. Shut off water supply and flush toilet to drain water from tank. Remove remaining water with a sponge. 2. Remove old tank ball (or flapper), wire guides, etc. 3. If old drain seat is brass, clean with steel wool or wet/dry sandpaper 4. Remove paper from one side of sealant ring. Center exposed sealant onto very top surface of clean drain opening. Apply light pressure. 5. Before removing paper from other side of sealant ring, determine position of Flusher Fixer on drain seat. 6. Remove remaining paper from sealant ring and place Flusher Fixer over sealant ring. Apply firm pressure to properly seal. 7. With the tank ball in closed position and toilet tank trip lever down, connect “Chain Attachment Clip” to the hole of the trip lever, ensuring a slight slack in the chain 8. Turn water on and check flush. Adjust chain as necessary to achieve proper operation of Flusher Fixer, and then trim off excess chain. Note: The “Timing Cup” on this product holds the tank ball open long enough to drain all water from toilet tanks that are 3.5 gallons or smaller. If it is necessary to increase timing for a longer flush, clip off plug from under “Timing Cup” and push into any one of four holes in the bottom of the Cup. Repeat for remaining two plugs if a longer flush is needed. For tanks with a capacity larger than 3.5 gallons, the “Timing Cup” is not needed and should be removed to conserve water. To remove, slightly pull one side of the frame out, then pull cup off.on 04-08-2014Please login or register before adding a question.