How to Replacement a Toilet Flush Valve From HTD Manufacturers
Tools you’ll need to fix a toilet flush valve:
- Replacement Toilet Flush Valve
- Channel-Locking Pliers
- Replacement Flapper
- Penetrating Oil
- Large Slotted Screwdriver
- Plumber’s Wrench
Disabling the Water Supply
Firstly, remove the tank lid from your toilet tank, enable you to disable the water supply by turning the shut-off valve clockwise. Hold the toilet flush lever down to drain as much water as possible out of the tank, and use a sponge or towel to get rid of any remaining water.
Disconnect Toilet Attachments
Disconnect the toilet water supply tube or hose from the tank, the toilet flapper chain from the toilet tank flush lever arm, and the refill tube which is attached to the top of the overflow pipe. Apply penetrating oil to bolts situated underneath the tank, and proceed to unscrew them, detaching the tank from the bowl.
To the Toilet Tank
From there, you can use an adjustable wrench to loosen and eventually remove toilet tank bolts. This will enable you to lift the tank from the bowl and set it to one side, making it much easier to work on. The locknut which is holding the toilet flush valve to the tank should be unscrewed using a plumber’s wrench, therefore the old toilet tank flush valve can be removed completely.
Installing Your New Toilet Flush Valve
Follow HTD toilet parts manufacturer instructions to install your newt toilet tank flush valve in the same way you removed the old one. When installation is complete, use tank bolts to re-attach the tank to the bowl as usual. the flapper chain to the toilet tank flush lever arm, and the fill tube to the new overflow pipe.
Completing Your New Toilet Flush Valve Installationfrom HTD Toilet Parts Supplier
Now ready to reconnect the water supply to the tank. Turn on the water, test your new flush valve and make sure whether it leaks or not firstly.