#1 Made in USA Toilet Repair Brand
2" Float Style Toilet Flapper
Part Number: 2004
|Fits 2" flush valve opening|
|Adjustable and universal to fit most brands|
|Stainless steel chain attachment|
|Flapper made of chlorine resistant rubber|
|Made in USA|
|5 year warranty|
|Alternate part number: 2004BP | 2004CM | 2004PK | 2004FL | 2004FR|
The Korky Plus 2 inch Adjustable Toilet Tank Flapper features an adjustable float to help control flush volume. Simply slide the adjustable float up for water savings or down for increased flush volume. The exclusive longest lasting red rubber resists chlorine, bacteria, city water treatment, hard water, and well water. The adjustable flapper fits most toilets, including Kohler, Glacier Bay, and American Standard models. Made of flexible rubber for a tight seal and easy to install, the 2004 toilet parts include: (1) Adjustable Toilet Flapper and (1) Stainless Steel Chain.
- Universal Toilet Flapper fits standard 2 in. plastic flush valves
- Adjustable float to help control flush volume
- Exclusive longest lasting red rubber resists chlorine
- Made in the USA
- 5 Year Warranty
- Includes: (1) Toilet Flapper and (1) Stainless steel chain with Float
I need to hold down the handle to get a complete flush or my toilet flapper is closing too quickly. We recommend lowering the yellow float on the chain closer to the flapper. This will allow the flapper to stay open longer and send more water to the bowl for a complete flush.
My toilet flapper is staying open too long or my toilet is double flushing. We recommend raising the yellow float on the chain closer to the flush handle arm. This allows the toilet flapper to close quicker and prevent your toilet from flushing twice.
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.