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Old 10-08-2012, 06:56 PM  
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Kok328 - from what I can tell, the Mansfield toilets have a strange cylindrical piece over the flapper. It almost looks like it is a combination of the flapper and fill tube. In order to replace that, I think the tank needs to come off the bowl so it can be unscrewed from underneath. Make sense?



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Thanks. I don't think I'm explaining myself well.

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