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GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

GREAT COLLECTION OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

Leah from See Jane Drill demonstrates how to remove an old water shut-off valve for a toilet, and install a new one (compression type). Learn how easy it is to do this task yourself!

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Flush Handle Replacement = http://youtu.be/DVgzvqUR7q8?hd=1
Flush Handle Part Overview = http://youtu.be/D4Hnl6N8-mQ?hd=1
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Flush Handle

Diagnostic

The flush handle is located on the top left hand side of the toilet's tank and is actuated to flush the toilet. Flush handles often have a long life span though the nuts that secure them in place may become loose and separated over time. In extreme circumstances the lever can become corroded and fall apart. It is easy to see when the flush handle is broken given that the handle stops functioning properly not allowing the toilet to flush.

Parts Needed

To replace the flush handle a new kit can be purchased at a local hardware or plumbing supply store. These handles can be either brass or plastic. The handle kit should come with the flush handle, tank lever, and tank lever nut.

Tools Needed

The tool needed to replace the flush handle is an adjustable open-end wrench.

Making the Repair

In order to replace the toilet's flush handle first remove the toilet's tank lid. Disconnect the flapper valve chain from the flush handle and hook it to the toilet's overflow tube located in the center of the toilet. Take an adjustable open-end wrench and unscrew the tank lever nut. The lever nut is reverse threaded so that it does not become loose with daily use. Once the nut is loose enough it should be able to be unscrew the rest of the way by hand. Remove the lever nut from the flush handle, and in-turn remove the handle from the tank of the toilet.

Notice that the new handle's shank is cut in-such a way as to seat properly in the toilet's tank. Install the handle by sliding the lever of the handle into the tank hole and aligning the bolt to correctly fit. Slide the new tank lever nut down the lever and screw it into the handle's shank. Remember that the nut is reverse threaded. Once the nut is snug take an adjustable open-end wrench and tighten the nut a little over hand tight. Next take the flapper chain that is hanging from the overflow tube and reattach it to the toilet's flush lever at the hole that provides the best lift over the flapper valve.

Fill and flush the toilet ensuring that the toilet is working properly. Once everything is in good working order replace the toilet's tank lid and the task is complete.

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Fill Valve Repair = http://youtu.be/IB0VHdhUR1s?hd=1
Fill Valve Part Overview = http://youtu.be/bNQFOwuUCKg?hd=1
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Replacing the Fill Valve

Diagnostic

The Toilet Fill Valve controls the amount of water in the tank of the toilet. This assembly should be replaced if it begins to not shut off correctly, becomes damaged, or corroded. To minimize any disruptions in service, it is suggested that the Fill Valve be replaced every five years as part of regular toilet maintenance.

Parts

A new fill valve assembly can be purchased at hardware or plumbing supply stores. The package should include the Fill valve assembly, refill tube, lock nut and any gaskets.

Tools

The tools needed to replace the Fill Valve are a pair of rib joint pliers, an adjustable open-end wrench, and a small plastic bin.

Replacement

Begin the replacement of the toilet fill valve by removing the tank's lid, turning off the water supply valve, and flushing the toilet.

If the toilet already has an existing Fill Valve, and the base is in good condition, then the fill valve may be quickly replaced by reaching to the base of the fill valve and pulling up the lock ring, removing the refill tub, and sliding the Fill Valve off of its base. The new Fill Valve is installed by simply removing the base that came with it and sliding it onto the existing base in the toilet. Reach behind the Fill Valve and snap the lock ring down into place. Then attach the refill tube to the overflow tube and adjust the new fill valve for optimal water level.

If the Fill Valve base in the toilet is not in good condition, then the entire unit will need to be replaced as follows.

With the tank empty, position a plastic bin to collect water under the water supply hose and unscrew the hose from the base of the tank, having any water drain into the plastic bin below. Now with an adjustable open-end wrench, or rib joint pliers, unscrew the lock nut located on the shank of the fill valve. With the nut removed the entire assembly can be pulled out of the tank. The old assembly should be placed into the plastic bin as it may continue to drain water.

With the old assembly removed, take the new unit and adjust the height to best suit the height of the tank and overflow tube, usually around 1-inch below the tank's edge. Insert the threaded end into the hole where the previous assembly was removed. Position the new assembly and thread the lock nut by hand securing the tube upright.

Once hand tight, secure the nut a quarter turn further with the rib joint pliers to insure a watertight seal. Now re-attach the water supply hose to the fill valve's shank. Place the fill valve's refill hose into the overflow tube. The refill hose must not extend below the tank's water line or water will constantly siphon from the tank.

Most fill valve kits should include a metal clip or angle adaptor that, when installed, will prevent the refill tube from going below the water line. Once in place, turn on the water-supply valve and the tank will begin to fill. Make any adjustments to the water level by sliding the adjustment clip, located on the fill valve, to change the height of the float-cup. The tank's water level is best at about 1-inch below the top of the overflow tube located in the center of the toilet. Inspect the new connections to make sure that they are not leaking water, and flush the toilet to test the toilet's function. Once in order, replace the tank's lid to complete the project.

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