It's amazing! I got a complete set and easy to install. Instructions are there. Very functional product and must buy. It could save money and water. It was really worth it! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
4.30 x 8.12 x 12.38 Inches
Works as advertised, takes a little tweaking to balance the hi/lo flush amounts and the subsequent bowl refill to be efficient. Original started ghost flushing after a year, was sent an updated design unit. This unit started ghost flushing a while ago and appears to be caused by the same problem - a clear/white silicone gasket ring on the bottom of the flush control develops dimples causing it to not seal properly .... CS sent out a replacement and a spare, fixed.
I was hoping this would last 5 or 10 years. It took much longer to replace than the simpler ones, but I saw good reviews and it would save water. Save warranty info! I didn't. It's been about 4-5 years and the cable that attaches the handle (flusher) to the dual flush/flapper broke. It can't be fixed, and now I have to replace everything. I might go back to the old cheap ones. Those seem to last longer & cost way less
From the day this dual flush was installed in our toilet I was surprised by the flimsy handle. Over the weekend the handle just broke in two during regular use. It is clearly not made to last long-term. The parts that receive regular daily use should be made of metal. Replacement handles are not available so the entire unit has to be replaced. Furthermore, the product only has a 5 year warranty and we had it installed 6 years ago... Besides the handle breaking the product has worked okay for us. We have had a few instances where the mechanical parts got hung up in the tank and I would have to remove the lid from the tank and manually jostle them to get the tank to fill or stop filling. Now that we need to buy a replacement unit I'm not sure what I should buy. I'm not keen to get the same product and replace it again in about 6 years.
I am now needing to replace this for the third time in as many years. This first one I had, the flush valve stopped working in the first year. No problem within warranty, replaced. Now 18 months into the second and the flappers I assume are leaking but there is no way to test this and I am tired of the valve kicking on every 45 minutes to replace the water. Master bath is 14 feet from my bed so every 45 minutes at night whoosh for a minute while it refills. I think all the savings I had over the years just went whoosh with this leak. My worry is I think I need to replace the flapper assembly completely on the tank because of this contraption. Not very happy. The 5 year warranty is a nice piece of mind, but seriously who wants to keep revisiting this! I had my old one for 15 years and replaced the flapper once and I only did this to be water conscious. I'll just reset my water level height instead, and save money on the assembly, time, and parts replacement. Fluidmaster Great idea! Poor execution!
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