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Kohler GP84995 2-Inch Flapper Used In Various One-Piece Toilets

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  • Kohler Genuine Part
  • Fit's various one piece toilets
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Kohler GP84995 2-Inch Flapper Used In Various One-Piece Toilets + Kohler 1068030 Fill Valve + Korky 2011BP Hinge Flapper For Kohler Toilet Repairs
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Technical Details
Part Number GP84995
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions4.8 x 3.5 x 2 inches
Item model numberGP84995
Size2"
ColorN/A
FinishN/A
MaterialRubber
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB001H01O3E
Best Sellers Rank #3,055 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 30, 2008
  
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Product Description

Kohler Genuine Part, Toilet Flapper, Fit's various one piece toilets.

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Kohler Genuine Part, Toilet Flapper, Fit's various one piece toilets.

Customer Reviews

Fits perfectly and very easy to install.
azasadny
I now only buy Kohler parts and I've never had a problem - yes, things wear out, but fit is always perfect and the life is long.
Bob
The replacement Kohler flapper valve worked like a charm and immediately stopped the running toilet problem.
Zack

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Irina G. on July 25, 2012
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The flapper on my Rialto 1 pc toilet was totally corroded & had a hole in the top, causing a leak in the toilet to constantly run. I went out to the hardware store to buy this flapper, and was confused that the one in the store has a hard plastic arm in the back that attaches to the back of the overflow pipe. After messing with it a few times and almost giving up, I realized that you first have to remove the plastic bar and slide it into the specified groove on the back of the overflow (the last one on the rialto). So, take out the black plastic bar by slipping it out of the rubber arm holes, slide it into the groove from one end, slip the rubber flapper over the overflow, then slip the 2 tabs of the plastic bar into the corresponding holes of the flapper. Finally, attach the s-hook to the handle arm. Now, it works! You're welcome.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By T. Hill on June 23, 2011
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Fits Kohler Rialto one piece Toilet perfectly.

1.)Shut off the water to the toilet and flush it twice - then open the tank.
2.)Open the new package and separate the plastic pivot rod from the new flapper assembly.
3.)Remove the old flapper, and the old flapper assembly - slide the pivot bar out, either to the right or left (take note of where the pivot bar is located - you will need to put the new pivot arm in the same place).
4.)Slide the new pivot bar into the same groove on the back of the flush valve (overflow)that the old pivot bar was in.
5.) Attach the flapper arms onto the ends of the pivot bar (with the plastic tabs up - they fit in the square holes on the flapper valve).
6.)Turn the water back on and celebrate! You did it!

You may want to update your flush valve seat before changing the flapper. Kohler GP83888 Kohler Flush Valve Seal, or Lavelle #2003BP Flush Valve Repair Kit(throw away the flapper - just use the seal seat). The Korky is nice, it even includes silicone. They are both available on Amazon.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Thomas on January 1, 2011
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We had tried two generic flappers that were supposed to work with Kohler. Neither lasted over a month. This one fits perfectly. Save yourself the aggravation, buy the actual Kohler flapper assembly for a secure fit with no leaks. Very pleased with product. Quick shipping.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard L. Chew on November 3, 2012
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I bought this product for two different toilets. They never worked correctly. On one toilet, it doesn't always sit correctly on closing so the water in the tank would slowly drain until the valve kicks in - over and over again. On the other toilet, the arm gets stuck on the side so that the flapper doesn't close at all.

I replaced both today with a Korky flapper no. 2011BP and they work flawlessly.

I am not an engineer but am guessing that the all soft rubber design of the Korky flapper allows it to float down in place more easily. Also unlike the Kohler flapper, it is easier to install - see other posts. It just pops in the first time.

By contrast, the Kohler flapper is two pieces - a hard plastic rod and a soft rubber flapper with re-enforced arms. It wants to go straight down. However, if it is not aligned correctly when the toilet is being flushed, it will not close properly. Hence, either it leaks or it is stuck open.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ilanao on July 21, 2011
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I bought this to replace the exact part in my constantly running toilet. When I first replaced it, it still would occasionally run. It seems to have seated in place and is now working correctly. I only seem to have this problem with the fancy, expensive Kohler toilet. I wish they would design the toilet with a normal flapper.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery M. Grossman on April 20, 2012
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Our toilet is 10 years old, and so far we have had to replace this flapper 3 times. Living in So. Calif., the water condition is very hard, and with every no-name brand of flapper I've tried, within a 2 years the rubber disintegrates and fails. Either the arms of flapper disintegrate, or the bulb part of the flapper seems to corrode into a flaky white something.

This Kohler brand has the proper hinge bar that attaches to the neck of the overflow tube, fits beautifully in our Rialto, and was a snap to install. We'll see if rubber material it is made from holds up in the years to come, but with the price here on Amazon, it is the same as the generic brands that I got from the big name plumbing supply houses here in Los Angeles, so I would still replace it with another Kohler because of the fit and ease of installation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jodi R. Thompson on March 31, 2012
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Used this for my 1 piece kohler toilet. Makes a nice tight seal and stops the slow drip if rom the toilet tank, much better than the cheap on branded equivalent due to the hard plastic placement bar
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By E. Lewis on June 25, 2012
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This flapper works like a charm. The underside of the lid on the toilet tank provided the Kohler model number (GP84995). As some reviews have noted, the picture does not quite match the actual product (in particular, the actual product has a removable solid bar in the back), but if you follow the simple installation instructions, it works just fine. In fact, the removable bar makes it much easier to install.
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