Old one-piece with leaking flush valve, American Standard 2000/2149/2005 ?
Here is one I don't normally see. A one-piece toilet with a strange looking flush valve. It's leaking, so I need to find parts. This is a picture that a customer sent.
I'm thinking American Standard 2149
047107-0070A Works on old 2005 toilet
Just used the flush valve referenced above (047107-0070A) to replace the old one that was in my 1962 2005 toilet. Seems to work fine, and am no longer running 10 GPH down the drain... However, mine did not have the three holes, and the kit does not come with the plugs. On mine, there was a clip for the fill tube that was attached around the inside fastener for the handle, so that a fluidmaster fill tube clipped right on.
Found replacement part but missing plugs for ceramic holes
For our Kohler circa 1944 toilet, I flipped over the leather seal back in 1995 to resolve leakage -- a local plumber who was about 70 at the time told me to do this with the remark, "Wow, I haven't seen one like this in a long, long time." That bought me time up until now. Before I found this website, I located a this page, http://www.lawsupply.net/brass_ware/...alve/index.htm, and bought this one, http://www.chicagofaucetshoppe.com/A...7086-0700a.htm.
Originally Posted by Terry
It seems to fit, but the ceramic screw holes outside of the large opening are exposed.
I need to somehow plug those holes.