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Lavelle #R528 Korky Valvecap Assembly

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Price: CDN$ 11.57
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  • Lavelle #R528 Korky ValveCap Assembly
  • LAVELLE INDUSTRIES INC
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Customers buy this item with Korky 528T Replacement toto Fill Valve CDN$ 22.34

Lavelle #R528 Korky Valvecap Assembly + Korky 528T Replacement toto Fill Valve
Price For Both: CDN$ 33.91

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Technical Details
Part NumberR528
Item Weight23 g
Product Dimensions5.1 x 5.1 x 29.2 cm
Item model numberR528
Item Package Quantity1
Weight23 grams
Length5.1 centimeter
Width5.1 centimeter
Height29.2 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000DH4NH
Best Sellers Rank #4,276 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight227 g
Date First AvailableAug. 3 2011
  
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By Andy on July 14 2014
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Product works fine.
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The hardware store where I bought the valve does not sell this spare part hoping to sell us a new valve for $20. Once the new part installed, my valve works like new.
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By lilly on Dec 30 2013
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Good quality, and easy to install. I waited it above 20 days, but it was OK, because the quality is good...
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Amazon.com: 31 reviews
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Fix your TOTO June 24 2009
By BluePlato - Published on Amazon.com
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This is likely all you need to fix your TOTO toilet when it keeps running. It's easy to install, less than 5 minutes.

1. Shut off the water to the toilet.
2. Take the lid off the back of the toilet.
3. Pull the hose off the valve.
4. Pry off the cover. Try getting your thumb under the cover on the side of the valve closest to the lever.
5. Remove the float. Just pinch together the two arms of the float so they clear the little pins they clip onto.
6. Rotate off the valve cap counterclockwise. It will easily come off when the hose connector is facing the back wall.
7. This is extra credit - clean out the water cleaner, which is the part under the valve cap. You'll see a black circular piece about the size of a US quarter. Pull it up, it has a black straw like assembly below it, it will just slide out of the tube. Inside this straw is a white nylon piece, you'll need to pull this out. Pliers helps. This nylon piece is designed to trap any bits of grit that may be in your water system, and if your assembly has alot of grit in it, it may be causing a problem with how your toilet fills, so clean all the grit out.
8. Assembly is in the reverse order using the new cap.

Hey, aren't these TOTO toilets just the best? They certainly did the right thing in specifying these Korky valves, this is by far the best valve design out there.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
It works Feb. 7 2010
By khd - Published on Amazon.com
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After a year or two the Korky valve starts to pulse when it shuts off. Cleaning the diaphragm buys a little time, but the only cure is to replace the diaphragm. This completely fixes the problem and is far easier than replacing the whole valve. This was an economical place to purchase it since they didn't overcharge for postage. To save further, I purchased two diaphragms at once.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Toilet Valve Repair Oct. 17 2007
By L. Muzio - Published on Amazon.com
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I used to be able to purchase this inexpensive part to repair the fill valve in a Toto toilet at Lowes. Now they only carry the entire valve. This is the part that fails most often and is inexpensive to fix if the part is available
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Does not fit all Totos Feb. 3 2013
By MJN - Published on Amazon.com
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Be aware that this valve does not fit all Toto G-Max models. If you have a TSU33A fill valve (the inside of the tank is marked "ST743E"), this will not fit your valve.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Works, but you may need more. Oct. 19 2011
By DouglasB - Published on Amazon.com
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The valvecap works fine, and it's a perfect fit, however, while it solved one problem another cropped up, making it a semi-worthless buy. If they sold this with the float, it'd be pefect, as you need the float to form a perfect seal against the top pin hole on top of this valvecap to stop the flow of water when the tank is full. On the underside of my float arm, the rubber had taken a set to the previous valve cap, and this nipple didn't sit in the precise old spot, so of course it didn't stop filling the tank when the float "floated".

So I had to buy the whole assembly, of which I only took the new float out of it, and placed it on top of this valvecap and everything else that was still in the tank.

Spend the $10 and get the whole assembly, and you'll have both the float and the valvecap. You'll probably need both.

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