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tank leaks?

This most likely is caused by an old or damaged gasket. Replace the tank-to-bowl gasket.

PRODUCT SOLUTION



TANK-TO-BOWL BOLTS & GASKET KIT (2 BOLTS)


LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY

TIME TO INSTALL

INTERMEDIATE 30 MINUTES

TOOLS NEEDED:

PRODUCT NEEDED:


Bucket BUCKET
Flathead Screwdriver FLATHEAD SCREWDRIVER
Pliers PLIERS

Fluidmaster 6102 Tank-To-Bowl Kit

Fluidmaster 6102 Tank-To-Bowl Kit SEE PACKAGING  |  SEE IN-STORE DISPLAY
IF YOU ARE IN THE STORE, THIS ITEM IS LOCATED HERE


INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Turn off water supply. Flush toilet and remove excess water from tank with sponge. Remove water supply line from bottom of toilet fill valve.

  2. Unbolt tank from bowl, then lift off tank. Remove washers and nuts from bottom of tank, then remove old bolts. Remove old gasket.

  3. Slide new sponge rubber gasket (small side down) over nut on threaded end of flush valve. Using diagram at left for reference, install bolts as follows: Slide rubber washer under bolt head and insert bolt through tank. Install brass washer, then thread hex nut onto bolt. Carefully tighten bolt until snug.

  4. Place tank back on bowl so that sponge gasket fits evenly. Using diagram, install rubber washer, brass washer, then wing nut onto bolt. Repeat for other side. Tighten nuts evenly. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN or bowl may crack. Reconnect water supply line to toilet tank fill valve. Turn on water supply.

© 2011 Fluidmaster, Inc. All rights reserved. This document is not a substitute for the product instructions, which may be found at www.fluidmaster.com. Fluidmaster, Inc. shall not be liable for any damages resulting from failure to install or maintain the product in accordance with the product instructions, from abuse or misuse of the product, from use of non-Fluidmaster, Inc. parts, or from overtightening. Do not use in-tank drop-in toilet bowl cleaners containing bleach or chlorine.