Lever handle for toilet tank can be a stylish addition to your bathroom and will be of help to your toilet, It comes in a Satin Nickel finish, with a locknut, and its fitted with a pre-drilled hole. A 8-inch hole was drilled An inch rod can be used on front- or back-wheel drive vehicles The unit mounts to most toilet wall surfaces, it's built to last, and it's easy
All front-facing cameras can be mounted to the universal design The unit mounts to most toilet wall surfaces, it's built to last, and it's easy
The following information is important THE THREAD IS REVERSED ON FLUSH LEVER LOCKNUTS.
The instructions are as follows The existing flush lever must be removed by removing the chain or strap. Replace the flush lever with the new one. This is to be noted In an opposite direction, the threads loosen. The new flush lever should be inserted into the
Remember to reverse the threads when you attach the locknut to the flush lever and tighten it down to the toilet tank. Be careful not to overtighten. You'll need to attach the chain or strap of the new flush lever to the toilet flapper ball so you can adjust it
Questions & Answers
The handle appears to be made from a "nickel" - Plastic that has been painted? The handle is fully metal, or is it plastic?
There is a plastic handle on the rod and a metal rod. As I purchased it in 4/2020, the answers said it is metal. Therefore, they must have changed they have changed it. Plastic is what it is!
Can you tell me the size of the square piece that fits over It would be better if they were 3/4" instead of 5/8". ?
The version I have installed already makes it impossible for me to answer 100% accurately. I noticed that the tank had rubber washers on both sides and that it fit very tightly. I am very pleased with how it has worked Please accept my thanks
Even though it says that it is universal, is it compatible with kohlers?
In my case, it couldn't fit through the hole because it's a Kohler from the 1990s. I had trouble getting through a plastic piece that was just a tad too big.
What are the steps to putting this back together?
handle of the lever is attached to a plastic nut (not shown in the image). This nut can be unscrewed from the backside. The nut needs to be moved all the way back up the gold shaft so that it can be removed. Feed the handle through the toilet tank hole, then install the nut again.
Selected User Reviews For Brushed Nickel Toilet Tank Flush Lever Handle, Universal Front Mount with Nut Lock, Fits Most Toilets
Make sure you do your research before you buy something
The first one worked perfectly, but the second one started to bend and immediately broke off at the joint. In addition to nickel finish, it tells you that it is made of nickel. Yes, the nickel finish is over the A metal handle was not as cheap as plastic, so I spent a lot of time looking for it. There is no such thing as that.
| Mar 04, 2021
I love the way it fits my toilet! There is a really old toilet in my half-bathroom that needs to be replaced Here are some pictures of the bathroom in my apartment rental
Because my landlord hired cheap, lazy workers to fix the problems, he found them to be the worst possible workers. In response to my concern that the original flusher does not work properly (it pushes down but does not level back), he just tightened the nut inside the tank and said he would take care of it. This was followed by a week of no flushing. It broke off the plastic piece that dragged the chain. When the workers would not listen to my problems, I became so angry that I decided to resolve it A few days ago, I purchased this online. But it works well even though I didn't expect it. Having this toilet in place no longer causes me to flush endlessly at night or have the toilet make loud noises. Since my toilet has been restored to its normal state, I no longer have to remind guests to level the flusher again for it to stop making noise. It is now functioning as it should, like a regular toilet should! It would have cost $9. 50 if the workers had just done some research. This issue could have been solved so easily and made my life so much easier if I had paid a low price such as $99 like I did for this. I have attached the before and after photos. It was an abomination to use the old flusher. I am very pleased with this purchase, and it saved me a lot of headaches.
| Sep 10, 2020
OK, but it doesn't work
This was the first handle I ordered from your site because I ordered like 4 different ones and this one was delivered first. The brushed nickel did not look as elegant as in picture, and it just looked like a standard silver handle rather than the filtered matte gunmetal While it is nice to have a rubber guard on each side, I have a problem with the plastic threading part of the product, which is so small that I got maybe one twist before I had to take it out. There is a small problem in that I have to hold it down to flush, not just push once. Also, it does not fit quite right, but it does the job. Although the price was fair and it worked, there was a snag. As a result of using this product, neither I nor my toilet are whole and complete.
| Dec 28, 2020
I was able to install it quickly and it works well
This is what I used to replace the stripped out handle. It took me less than five minutes to do so. The flat fit me well-- Perfectly matching the front of the Kohler. This rubber washer/gasket goes between the lock nut and the tank, so I like that. In the installation instructions, it says to remove the rubber washer before putting the washer in (if it's too big to get through the square hole)- I found that helpful-.
| Jul 14, 2020
A barely functional piece of hardware
However, it is not perfect and took some time to get to where I am now. A major obstacle was that the instructions did not tell you where to place a washer. If it goes on the outside or the inside, where does it go? I put it on the inside, but who knows? The second issue I had was that it had a square "peg" that's supposed to fit into the square "hole" in the toilet bowl, but it never worked. It was too big of a peg. The sock won't quite fit in there, even after trying to wedge it As a result, I only tightened the nut by hand and hoped for the best. As a result, it doesn't feel very secure when it's flushed.
The third issue I had was that the bar would scrape against the toilet bowl when flushed. In order to turn it away, I had to bend it. It is something that isn't even mentioned in the manual, but a fairly simple fix nonetheless. In the process of trying to make the wrong thing work, I felt like I was trying to do the impossible. However, I did make it work in the end. A very rare occurrence.
| May 24, 2021
Anybody can replace a toilet handle I can if I can do it
I had to go very slowly during the installation of this replacement, so it only took me about 20 minutes. As with most repairs, my toilet looked nothing like what was in the instructions, but it was close enough that I could figure it out without much difficulty. Considering the price, I believe it's a good deal. Brass is a very classy choice for the arm that connects the flapper chain to - it looks great! All of the one it replaced was made of The replacement handle is relatively inexpensive, in case I would need to call a plumber in the future because I cannot attempt the repair myself. The toilet seems to be working well after I flushed it a few times. I am crossing my fingers that it stays that way. Any issues that I encounter in the days to come will be mentioned in this review.
| Oct 23, 2020
A plastic handle is attached to the knife
The fittings were perfect and the installation was a breeze. One thing I did not like was that I did want Nickel was the only thing mentioned in the product description, as well as the rod being It does not mention what material the handle is made of. According to two responses from a few months ago, it is metal-based There was no doubt that it was made of If it survives the forceful flushers in my house, then it won't be a problem The labeling was unclear, so I didn't give it a high rating because I did not find it what I was looking for.
| Feb 16, 2021
I found that it works
The sand is a little bit sandy. The cheese is too thick and greasy. After installation, there is a bit of an external gap. There is too much tension in the square peg insert. Neither watertight integrity nor strong screws were an issue at that level, in spite of me having to wedge one in with a screwdriver. - Please note that We got the results we wanted! Now I can flush the poop right out of my house! It is hard for me to comment on the malleability of the rod as I only bent it a little, As a result. There's no doubt that it's cheap. Despite that, it does not seem to be a big deal. It works, and that is the most important consideration. We have accomplished our mission.
| Aug 23, 2020