• Flushmate M-101526-F31 FM III 503 Pressure Assist tank less Handle for most OEM 2 piece toilets using Flushmate
Flushmate M-101526-F31 FM III 503 Pressure Assist tank less Handle for most OEM 2 piece toilets using Flushmate

Flushmate M-101526-F31 FM III 503 Pressure Assist tank less Handle for most OEM 2 piece toilets using Flushmate

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  • For ALL OEMs except Kohler K 4404 tank and Gerber 28-385 tank ; CAUTION does NOT work in One-piece Fixtures ; Tank-to-Bowl Gasket
  • It does NOT fit 10 Inch rough-in tanks, only 12 Inch rough-in tanks. "Rough-in" refers to the distance from the wall to the bolts at the center of the drain.
  • ONLY used on model 503 Flushmate Systems 1.6 gpf tanks
  • Does not include Cartridge

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There's something really wonderful about the simplicity and cleverness of this gizmo There's something really wonderful about the simplicity and cleverness of this gizmo. It's actually very easy to install it into the toilet tank and it's hard to get it wrong even if you have only a very basic knowledge of plumbing like I do. I've had one of these go bad before and attempted to buy just the cartridge unit to fix it but was disappointed that it didn't work. This purchase was for a new install into a Kohler Highline toilet.NOTE: this unit as sold to me did not include the right handle for the Highline tank...basically it seems that this unit is sold as a replacement unit...there's really no way for the seller to know what toilet you're putting this into and various toilet models have different flush hardware (the thing that the toilet handle triggers and pushes the flush button on the top of the pressure vessel.) You need to be aware that unless you have the right flush lever hardware you're not going to have all the parts to install this into a new toilet. 5I love this thing I love this thing. We had the older version of this and had to upgrade because it started leaking. This one flushes way better and it feels like it puts way less stress on the toilet from the pressure. The old ones felt a little too torque-y. Even if we move to a different house, I am going to install these guys. 5The proper product to fix my leaking tank Works as expected. Fits as designed. Came with new seal and all that jazz. Did NOT come with a wrench for the LARGE nut underneath the tank, as some have claimed. Not a big deal if you own some channel locks. I used my small Knipex on the nut, worked just fine. A note to the over-tighteners out there:Don't do it. Finding that sweet spot between tight and a curse word is a skill earned by many nights contemplating where you've gone wrong in your life. Take it easy, pay attention. Think about the parts and the materials they are made from. 5BaWoosh.... This is the king of toilet flushers.! You'll never want another system once this is installed into your toilet! We are a family of six and have had this system in our main bathroom for over 3 years and have not one had to plunge the toilet.... It's the true BaWoosh of flushing. 5Finally, a good flush at home This are great and work as advertised...a little loud but the strong flush is worth it. I made it through the rearing of two teenaged boys and seldom needed a plunger. These are easy to install (especially with the companion tool, also available at Amazon). One required step not mentioned in the installation instructions is to wrap some Teflon tape around the water inlet...I did not and soon had a leaky mess to clean up. I do feel compelled to dock a star due to the plastic construction...it is not fragile but does eventually fail. We have 3 of these in the house and all of them have sprung leaks at one time or another over the course of the 15 years we've owned them. Not a big deal and service life is acceptable. 4Easy to Install My 15-year old Flushmate system developed a small leak at some point and I recently started hearing a drip so I knew that I had to replace the pressure tank. It actually seemed to have been losing pressure for quite some time (at least a couple of years), but it didn't occur to me that it was leaking until I heard the dripping noise.Anyway, replacing the pressure tank took about 35 minutes and has made the toilet work like it did when it was new. I was surprised how simple it was to do the replacement. I do recommend the wrench that they sell for about $10. It made getting the plastic nut off the tank much easier than it otherwise would have been. Also note that the tank comes with a preinstalled cartridge, which is worth about $25. I had replaced the old cartridge about 6 months ago, so I'm saving that one.If your Flushmate system doesn't have the same pressure that it used to, try a new tank. 5Cracked tank Simple Swap in 30 minutes. Another one of my 10 year old units developed a crack in the tank. Paid a plumber last time about $400 plus to replace one in a different toliet. What a ripoff in retrospect. This time, after seeing mine was cracked and under recall I decided to take it on myself. Not cause I am some master plumber, I watched some YouTube videos and It seemed simple. BTW: If you have a older unit, check your serial number to see if you need the recall kit. It takes a few minutes to install.Anyways install went smoothly after a quick trip to Walmart for a strap wrench to loosen the big nut.Whole thing took me about 30 minutes. So, no major skill involved doing the swap. Good luck. 5This Unit makes good become great! I had previously purchased components for my 12 year old Flushmate attempting to fix the leak, not realizing that the tank itself was leaking. Guess I was trying to save a dollar or two. When I promptly received this, the entire unit, I read the instructions (I had already watched the short video) I removed the old unit, cleaned the tank and whatever needed cleaning, installed the new unit all in 50 minutes. I used the step by step instructions and followed them verbatim and so glad that I did as one of the last instructions is to take a two gallon bucket and place the supply line into it and turn on the water full blast. I couldn't believe the crud that came out of the supply line that surely would have shortened the life of my new unit. I empted the bucket, and did it again just to me sure there was not any more crud in the existing water supply line. The instructions are excellent in that each one has diagrams, pictures and other suggestions and/or recommendations. The Flushmate replacement is much better than the original in that it is quieter, faster, and comes with a new "flusher" and handle that are superb. They even provide the tool necessary to make the installation so much easier, along with new gaskets and other parts to make the job easier.I think it is commendable that a manufacturer make improvements to their products to make them more efficient and easier to maintain. They provide very good instruction and even telephone support if needed. I did not need phone support, as it was much easier to install than I anticipated. I know now that when my other two twelve year old Flushmates need repairing, I will certainly do it right by installing these complete units and be done with it. And, the warranty on these new models is for ten years rather than five years as is on the original. 5Replaced Old Geberit PF/2 Model 150-403 Just to be clear, my box showed up with just what is in the picture. Tank, Inside tank gasket, Tank to bowl gasket, and the two nuts. There was no flush handle / linkage and no plastic multi wrench that you may have seen in some youtube videos with people showing how to change this out. That part over I have a set of adjustable pliers made for oil filters on cars that worked just fine and had ordered the Flushmate cable style flush handle. This is all plastic so you will not need to tighten very hard. Also I have a Crane bowl/tank and had a PF/2 by Geberit Model 150-403 and this fit just fine (Had old pressure system for about 10 years before it started to run) and found out that they no longer make if and no parts avialable. Total replacement time was about 20 min with the cable handle. Watch a few youtube videos, this is not hard to change out and should not take a plumber more than 30 min to do so should be not much more than trip charge and minimal hour charge if you are uncomfortable doing this. Installed 09/2017 and I will update if there are any changes. 5Problem solved I can't say enough about the Flushmate system. I have two teenage boys and the toilet plunger was a daily tool in our house, but not since I put in the Flushmate system. I used the American Standard bowl and tank, installs as easily as a regular style. Even though it uses half as much water as our old toilet I wouldn't care if it was doubled. When you push the handle, whatever is in the bowl goes down. 5
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There's something really wonderful about the simplicity and cleverness of this gizmo There's something really wonderful about the simplicity and cleverness of this gizmo. It's actually very easy to install it into the toilet tank and it's hard to get it wrong even if you have only a very basic knowledge of plumbing like I do. I've had one of these go bad before and attempted to buy just the cartridge unit to fix it but was disappointed that it didn't work. This purchase was for a new install into a Kohler Highline toilet.NOTE: this unit as sold to me did not include the right handle for the Highline tank...basically it seems that this unit is sold as a replacement unit...there's really no way for the seller to know what toilet you're putting this into and various toilet models have different flush hardware (the thing that the toilet handle triggers and pushes the flush button on the top of the pressure vessel.) You need to be aware that unless you have the right flush lever hardware you're not going to have all the parts to install this into a new toilet. 5I love this thing I love this thing. We had the older version of this and had to upgrade because it started leaking. This one flushes way better and it feels like it puts way less stress on the toilet from the pressure. The old ones felt a little too torque-y. Even if we move to a different house, I am going to install these guys. 5The proper product to fix my leaking tank Works as expected. Fits as designed. Came with new seal and all that jazz. Did NOT come with a wrench for the LARGE nut underneath the tank, as some have claimed. Not a big deal if you own some channel locks. I used my small Knipex on the nut, worked just fine. A note to the over-tighteners out there:Don't do it. Finding that sweet spot between tight and a curse word is a skill earned by many nights contemplating where you've gone wrong in your life. Take it easy, pay attention. Think about the parts and the materials they are made from. 5BaWoosh.... This is the king of toilet flushers.! You'll never want another system once this is installed into your toilet! We are a family of six and have had this system in our main bathroom for over 3 years and have not one had to plunge the toilet.... It's the true BaWoosh of flushing. 5Finally, a good flush at home This are great and work as advertised...a little loud but the strong flush is worth it. I made it through the rearing of two teenaged boys and seldom needed a plunger. These are easy to install (especially with the companion tool, also available at Amazon). One required step not mentioned in the installation instructions is to wrap some Teflon tape around the water inlet...I did not and soon had a leaky mess to clean up. I do feel compelled to dock a star due to the plastic construction...it is not fragile but does eventually fail. We have 3 of these in the house and all of them have sprung leaks at one time or another over the course of the 15 years we've owned them. Not a big deal and service life is acceptable. 4Easy to Install My 15-year old Flushmate system developed a small leak at some point and I recently started hearing a drip so I knew that I had to replace the pressure tank. It actually seemed to have been losing pressure for quite some time (at least a couple of years), but it didn't occur to me that it was leaking until I heard the dripping noise.Anyway, replacing the pressure tank took about 35 minutes and has made the toilet work like it did when it was new. I was surprised how simple it was to do the replacement. I do recommend the wrench that they sell for about $10. It made getting the plastic nut off the tank much easier than it otherwise would have been. Also note that the tank comes with a preinstalled cartridge, which is worth about $25. I had replaced the old cartridge about 6 months ago, so I'm saving that one.If your Flushmate system doesn't have the same pressure that it used to, try a new tank. 5Cracked tank Simple Swap in 30 minutes. Another one of my 10 year old units developed a crack in the tank. Paid a plumber last time about $400 plus to replace one in a different toliet. What a ripoff in retrospect. This time, after seeing mine was cracked and under recall I decided to take it on myself. Not cause I am some master plumber, I watched some YouTube videos and It seemed simple. BTW: If you have a older unit, check your serial number to see if you need the recall kit. It takes a few minutes to install.Anyways install went smoothly after a quick trip to Walmart for a strap wrench to loosen the big nut.Whole thing took me about 30 minutes. So, no major skill involved doing the swap. Good luck. 5This Unit makes good become great! I had previously purchased components for my 12 year old Flushmate attempting to fix the leak, not realizing that the tank itself was leaking. Guess I was trying to save a dollar or two. When I promptly received this, the entire unit, I read the instructions (I had already watched the short video) I removed the old unit, cleaned the tank and whatever needed cleaning, installed the new unit all in 50 minutes. I used the step by step instructions and followed them verbatim and so glad that I did as one of the last instructions is to take a two gallon bucket and place the supply line into it and turn on the water full blast. I couldn't believe the crud that came out of the supply line that surely would have shortened the life of my new unit. I empted the bucket, and did it again just to me sure there was not any more crud in the existing water supply line. The instructions are excellent in that each one has diagrams, pictures and other suggestions and/or recommendations. The Flushmate replacement is much better than the original in that it is quieter, faster, and comes with a new "flusher" and handle that are superb. They even provide the tool necessary to make the installation so much easier, along with new gaskets and other parts to make the job easier.I think it is commendable that a manufacturer make improvements to their products to make them more efficient and easier to maintain. They provide very good instruction and even telephone support if needed. I did not need phone support, as it was much easier to install than I anticipated. I know now that when my other two twelve year old Flushmates need repairing, I will certainly do it right by installing these complete units and be done with it. And, the warranty on these new models is for ten years rather than five years as is on the original. 5Replaced Old Geberit PF/2 Model 150-403 Just to be clear, my box showed up with just what is in the picture. Tank, Inside tank gasket, Tank to bowl gasket, and the two nuts. There was no flush handle / linkage and no plastic multi wrench that you may have seen in some youtube videos with people showing how to change this out. That part over I have a set of adjustable pliers made for oil filters on cars that worked just fine and had ordered the Flushmate cable style flush handle. This is all plastic so you will not need to tighten very hard. Also I have a Crane bowl/tank and had a PF/2 by Geberit Model 150-403 and this fit just fine (Had old pressure system for about 10 years before it started to run) and found out that they no longer make if and no parts avialable. Total replacement time was about 20 min with the cable handle. Watch a few youtube videos, this is not hard to change out and should not take a plumber more than 30 min to do so should be not much more than trip charge and minimal hour charge if you are uncomfortable doing this. Installed 09/2017 and I will update if there are any changes. 5Problem solved I can't say enough about the Flushmate system. I have two teenage boys and the toilet plunger was a daily tool in our house, but not since I put in the Flushmate system. I used the American Standard bowl and tank, installs as easily as a regular style. Even though it uses half as much water as our old toilet I wouldn't care if it was doubled. When you push the handle, whatever is in the bowl goes down. 5
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