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Fluidmaster Universal 2" Complete Toilet Tank Repair Kit (400AKR)

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Walmart.com has Fluidmaster Universal 2" Complete Toilet Tank Repair Kit (400AKR) on sale for $13.99. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks metaclass & Craig1776
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HomeDepot.com also has Fluidmaster Universal 2" Complete Toilet Tank Repair Kit (400AKR) on sale for $13.99. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45 or more.
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  • Kit includes 400A Fill Valve, 502 Flapper, 507 Flush Valve, replacement tank lever, tank to bowl gasket and real brass bolts. Fits 2- and 3-bolt toilet tanks.

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Last Edited by stufine November 9, 2019 at 06:29 PM
Funny the pictures show 6 rubber washers. 2 for the 3rd bolt that doesn't exist?

The Mansfield toilet setup allows you to raise the flush handle to stop the water flowing into the bowl. This setup really only has 1 part to wear out. (gasket at bottom)

The only difference between this and the "PerforMAX" is the fill valve. Fills quicker and has adjustable wheel on the refill tube to cut excess water to the bowl after flush valve closes.
Both have the adjustable flapper to slow or increase flapper closing.

After many years dealing with fill valves, replacing the small rubber gasket in the top for couple dollars never really works out. When you do need to replace the "Fluidmaster" fill valve, you can release the lock ring (about 3/4 way down) by pulling up, then pull complete top off the shaft. Reverse to put the new one on, and push the lock ring back down.

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Decent product, proven by many.

My only advice would be if it ain't broke, don't fix it. So if someone is looking at this and thinking "hey it's been years since I've replaced the valve in my toilet", DON'T. Buy it as a backup, but don't touch a toilet that isn't leaking and flushes properly.
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After "upgrading" to that style in 3 toilets and they all failing I went back to a flapper, and even then went with a more expensive kit. I don't remember the name but it was in a green package and guaranteed to never leak. Spoiler, it leaks. Finally asked a plumber friend and he said just get a Korky, cheap and problem solved.
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FWIW, this looks like a flapper-style kit, while most toilets in the past few years have had more of a central cylinder (with gasket) instead of a flapper.

I can't say that newer = better, though. Our cylinders need new gaskets every couple years while our older flappers seemed to last a lot longer. Also much simpler to work on.
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.... was 19.99 MSRP.

13.99 @ Wally World, too:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fluidmaster-400AKR-Toilet-Tank-Complete-Repair-Kit/19216430
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This comes on sale around $11.99 at Lowe's.
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FWIW, this looks like a flapper-style kit, while most toilets in the past few years have had more of a central cylinder (with gasket) instead of a flapper.

I can't say that newer = better, though. Our cylinders need new gaskets every couple years while our older flappers seemed to last a lot longer. Also much simpler to work on.
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FWIW, this looks like a flapper-style kit, while most toilets in the past few years have had more of a central cylinder (with gasket) instead of a flapper.

I can't say that newer = better, though. Our cylinders need new gaskets every couple years while our older flappers seemed to last a lot longer. Also much simpler to work on.
After "upgrading" to that style in 3 toilets and they all failing I went back to a flapper, and even then went with a more expensive kit. I don't remember the name but it was in a green package and guaranteed to never leak. Spoiler, it leaks. Finally asked a plumber friend and he said just get a Korky, cheap and problem solved.
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After "upgrading" to that style in 3 toilets and they all failing I went back to a flapper, and even then went with a more expensive kit. I don't remember the name but it was in a green package and guaranteed to never leak. Spoiler, it leaks. Finally asked a plumber friend and he said just get a Korky, cheap and problem solved.
Glad to know it wasn't my imagination. Sometimes 100-year old proven technology is just fine.

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After "upgrading" to that style in 3 toilets and they all failing I went back to a flapper, and even then went with a more expensive kit. I don't remember the name but it was in a green package and guaranteed to never leak. Spoiler, it leaks. Finally asked a plumber friend and he said just get a Korky, cheap and problem solved.
I found the Korky systems to be quiet, highly adjustable, and simple to install.
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Decent product, proven by many.

My only advice would be if it ain't broke, don't fix it. So if someone is looking at this and thinking "hey it's been years since I've replaced the valve in my toilet", DON'T. Buy it as a backup, but don't touch a toilet that isn't leaking and flushes properly.
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I replaced a leaking one in our bathroom a few years ago and sure made a difference. Thanks for posting this. I have another bathroom that I've tried to fix by putting on a repair kit, changing flapper and nothing is working so have to replace the whole kit with something like this. Just haven't done it but have the water turned off so it's not leaking. Amazing how that leaky toilet affects your water bill. Guess it's time to take it apart and fix it.

My local Home Depot doesn't have this model but they have a different model and that's the one I purchased for the other bathroom--that one is the one that's around $20. Will probably go with that one. They do seem to take awhile to fill tho. I also have a new Kohler toilet with the cylinder like others are talking about.
Seems to flush well and I don't think it uses as much water. Have only had it in use for less then year.
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$39.99 retail is bogus.

These sell for about $20 at any retailer, but still a good deal for $13.99, if you need it.
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