How do you replace a toilet flush mechanism?

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To replace a toilet flush mechanism, first turn off the water supply and disconnect the hose that runs from the tank. Using a wrench, unscrew the toilet flush mechanism and replace it with the new one. Fill in the valves, attach the washers and screw the new system in place. Finally attach the hose and turn the water supply back on.
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How to Replace a Toilet Flushing Mechanism
Replacing the flushing mechanism in a toilet involves removing the water closet flap, the overflow tube, the chain and the handle bar, as these parts are available to purchase as a single piece. Simply switch out the appropriate parts inside the water... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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