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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on January 1, 2011
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
I'm no handyman but I was able to fix my Kohler toilet that was continually running due to worn out flapper valve. Took only a minute and it was fixed with no trouble at all. I found the model number of my toilet on the inside of the tank. I went to Kohler's website to verify this was the right valve.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on March 3, 2013
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
works as advertised, super easy install. will buy again if required in the future. JUST FYI when replacing any parts on your toilet. Inside the tank there are numbers, these numbers are your make & model numbers. type those into google, and you have your parts replacement numbers. FYI
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on October 6, 2013
Color Name: Red
Kohler, You should be ashamed. Why do you put out such terrible materials ? You know what is in the water- is this your best design? This thing could all be Delrin acetal with a small replacement seal face. This is typical planned junk to fail. I stuck a new flapper in 6 months ago and it is dissolving already. There are pieces floating around in the tank already. No bleach, no cleaners in the tank- no excuses for you. And then, you will wonder when we all go buy Japanese toilets. Here we come Toto. Your products suck and you know it. All the other plastic parts last for years and years, but the parts that will cost you hundreds of dollars- in water fines- are made out of inferior materials. Great engineering Kohler and what a way to waste our precious water supplies with an inferior product design.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on November 9, 2010
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
Hoping that the rubber compound hold up better than the original. Bought a new home in 2006 and had to replace these flappers this year. What ever was in the water deteriorated or disintegrated the Kohler rubber compound this year 2010. Had to replace all three bathrooms. Hopefully these last longer! The part numbers did change.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 3, 2013
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
I hate that you can't buy Kohler replacements at the local hardware store, but thank goodness Amazon carries them. This was very easy to install (I did it myself in about a minute) and it stopped the toilet from running. No need to hire a plumber or call in a neighbor....even a kid can install this flapper.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 7, 2013
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
I read about this on Amazon. Our flapper died after 5 years. Purchased this, read up (on-line) on installing. It took 10 minutes. I made sure it was the correct replacement part for the since discontinued toilet. What a relief. JDB
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on March 13, 2015
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
One would think that, after centuries of toilet use in the history of the civilized world, they should have perfected the art of the TOILET FLAPPER design. Alas, Kohler's previous flapper for my low volume flush toilet was lousy. It failed within 2 years because the chain was connected to the rubber flapper by this method: they stuck the chain like a fish hook through a flimsy rubber nipple on the flapper and that's how the flapper moved up and down. Eventually, the chain simply tore through the lousy rubber material and the flapper became unusable. Fortunately Kohler realized how stupid they were and their engineers got to work and improved the design so that can't happen anymore. Now the chain is attached through a secure loop, so it won't simply rip anymore. However, this flapper doesn't last forever - it lasted me five years before I had to replace it, simply because the flapper got warped after a while. I don't think there is anyway to prevent this. So this flapper does the job. My only word of advice on this flapper - order this part from Amazon, NEVER from the manufacturer directly. Kohler's customer service is horrible and they overcharge shipping. This is what happened when I tried to order through the manufacturer last year: it shipped out of Green Bay, WI to Chicago, IL. Then for some reason "unable to deliver" and it got sent right back to Green Bay. And Kohler never bothered to even send me some kind of order update like "we're sorry your package just went in circles around the Midwest US, we'll get it to you we promise." No, that didn't happen! Fortunately since it never went anywhere I was able to cancel it and get it through Amazon instead.
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on February 15, 2015
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
Works of course, new. Hopefully this will work longer than the others. For some reason, the Kohler toilets work, but the tank componenets certainly do not last very long as far as the seals, the flappers, etc. Have become disappointed and annoyed be having to replace the blasted flappers every year or two. They seem erode just as quickly at my home as well as at my office, when are 50 miles apart and supplied by completely different water supplies. Go figure. Designed obsolescence is all that I can come up with .
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on December 10, 2014
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
Perfect fix for our toilet. One of the two rubber ends that connected the flapper to the toilet tore and the flapper would not fall into the right position after the toilet was flushed. After I ordered this part but before I received it, my husband put a piece of tape over the tear to hold the flapper on the toilet correctly. This temporary fix worked until we received our package.
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on July 14, 2014
Color Name: RedVerified Purchase
Works great!
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