#1 Made in USA Toilet Repair Brand
2" Universal Toilet Flush Valve Repair Kit with Adjustable Toilet Flapper
Part Number: 2003MP
The Korky 2 In. EasyFix Flush Valve Repair Kit is designed to repair corrosion or deposits on plastic and brass flush valve seats. The repair kit includes a Adjustable Ultra Water Saver Flapper, a plastic flush valve seat and silicone sealant to repair corroded flush valve seats without removing your toilet tank. The engineered materials resists chlorine, bacteria, city water treatment, hard water, and well water and seals within 15 minutes. Easy to install, the 2003MP toilet parts include: (1) 100 Adjustable Flapper, (1) Stainless Steel Chain, (1) Plastic Flush Valve Seat and (1) Tube of Silicone Sealant.
- Repair your corroded flush valve without removing the toilet tank
- Exclusive longest lasting red rubber resists chlorine
- Fixes leaks at a tank drain
- Fits standard 2 in. valves
- Helps to repair plastic flush valves
- Easy to install - fix your flush valve in less than 15 minutes
- Made in the USA
- 5 Year Warranty
- Includes: (1) 100 Adjustable Toilet Flapper, (1) Plastic flush valve seat and (1) Silicone sealant
Flapper Troubleshooting Tips:
I need to hold down the handle to get a complete flush or my toilet flapper is closing too quickly. We need to adjust the flapper to stay open a bit longer. We recommend turning the red band to the higher numbers located on the underside of the flapper (closing off the holes and allowing the flapper to float longer). This will prevent you from having to hold down your toilet handle.
My toilet flapper is staying open too long or my toilet is double flushing. We need to adjust your toilet flapper to flush less water. This is accomplished by turning the dial on the flapper to open up larger holes - this will allow the flapper to closer quicker and avoid double flushes. There are several settings to get the perfect flush.
How to attach the flapper chain correctly: Attach the flapper chain with minimal slack and to the hole on the flush lever arm, most directly above the flapper (this helps to ensure the flapper is being lifted straight up and down and not side to side). If there is too much slack in the chain, this can cause a weak flush. If there is too much slack, this can create a slow leak beneath the flapper.