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How to replace a toilet handle

toilet handle

The toilet handle is a commonly broken part and the easiest part to replace on the toilet. It is also referred to as a tank lever as it is the lever in the toilet tank that causes the toilet to flush when it is pushed. To replace the toilet handle, first you must remove the old one. The first thing that you will notice on […]

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Porcher Toilet Troubleshooting & Repair Guide

Porcher Toilet

Porcher Toilets are fairly simple to diagnose and repair. If your Porcher toilet is running, you will need to check to see if the flapper is leaking, or the fill-valve is over-flowing, or the if the flush valve has a leak. Leaky, running Porcher toilets can waste a fortune in water waste, if left unattended for too long. If the Porcher toilet is leaking from […]

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Gerber Toilet Troubleshooting & Repair Guide

Gerber Toilet

Gerber Toilets like the Maxwell, Ultra Flush, Viper or the Avalanche are fairly simple to diagnose and repair. If your Gerber toilet is running, you will need to check to see if the flapper is leaking, or the fill-valve is over-flowing, or the if the flush valve has a leak. Leaky, running Gerber toilets can waste a fortune in water waste, if left unattended for […]

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