It sounds like you need a new seal. Those sometimes get blisters.
An accelerator?, More like a reducing funnel. It goes into a 3" hole.
Hey everyone, I have an accelerator flush valve that appears to be leaking. When I press down on the top of the valve where the chain attaches, the leak stops. So it appears to not be making a water-tight seal. Any suggestions? Haven't seen this before.
Hi. Someone had the same problem a while back, and I laid out all the information they needed to get back in business, and they got the problem fixed. I told them in detail what product to get and where to get it.
Take a look at posts 12 and 14 by me, and the picture in post 15, in the following thread: http://www.terrylove.com/forums/show...ampion-toilets
Let us know if we can help in any other way
(Terry, at least when he tells us "Accelerator", we know he doesn't have the tower flush. ) [I wonder if there are any consumers out there who were mislead by the alleged "4-inch" flush valve, which is actually 3 inches. I have never done a class action suit (actually, maybe years ago we had one that was going there, but it settled), but it might be fun!]
Last edited by wjcandee; 08-02-2012 at 12:34 PM.
Thanks Terry and wjcandee! I replaced the seal with a Korky and it stopped the leaking. The original seal had begun to blister as you showed in the picture, wjcandee.
Fantastic! I'm so happy to hear that it worked out. Now you're good for five years, or, if not, you can call Korky and they'll send you a new one.