Triangle Series Toilet Repair Parts

by Eljer

If you're looking for replacement parts for your unique Eljer Triangle toilet, you've found them! We here at® are pleased to offer Eljer toilet replacement parts - from gaskets to valve assemblies, we've got them. Looking for a new seat or tank lid for the Triangle toilet? We have those, too.
Triangle toilet by Eljer
Order replacement parts for the Triangle toilet tank numbers below:
Repair parts for the older style Triangle toilet with china shroud are also available below

Repair Parts for the Eljer Triangle Series Toilet
Models # 091-1700 & 091-1725 - Tank # 141-1710

Note: These toilets have a square front seat
Eljer toilet repair parts
Item # Part # Description Price & Quantity
1 495-0214-00 Fill Valve (Ballcock) - float ball sold separately (see item #8) Discontinued
400A Replacement Fill Valve - Fluidmaster 400A adjustable (9"-14") fill valve $16.62 Enter a quantity and
2A 495-0188-00 OEM 3-Screw Cap with Plunger Fill Valve Repair Kit Discontinued
2AA 3-Screw Repair Kit Fill Valve Plunger Repair Kit - Use if existing fill valve cap imprinted Coast 1B1 $3.15
2B 495-0185-00 Twist-Lock Repair Kit for New Style Fill Valve Discontinued
2BB MARK4KIT Plunger Repair Kit (cap imprinted MARK IV) $5.45 Enter a quantity and
3 495-5541-00 Flush valve assembly with flapper and strap - Replaced by 495-5551-05 Discontinued
USE 495-5551-05
Flush Valve Assembly with Flapper and Chain $17.68 Enter a quantity and
4 495-6029-00 Replacement Flapper - Replaced by "will fit" $3.96 Enter a quantity and
100BP Flapper with stainless steel chain - For 495-5551-05 Will-Fit Flush valve $6.15 Enter a quantity and
5 495-2704-00 Trip Lever - Chrome $16.15 Enter a quantity and
6 495-5964-00 Tank to Bowl Bolt Kit (less gasket) - replaced by "will fit" $6.27 Enter a quantity and
7 495-5702-00 Tank to Bowl Gasket - Replaced by "will fit" $4.79 Enter a quantity and
8 Float Ball "Will Fit" Plastic Float Ball $3.70 Enter a quantity and
9 Float Rod "Will Fit" 8" Brass Float Rod - View more sizes $2.25 Enter a quantity and
10 Bolt Caps Toilet Bowl Bolt Caps (2) - White - view additional color options $2.99 Enter a quantity and
Not Shown 124-0200 Regular Squared Front Toilet Seat - White $66.84 Enter a quantity and
124-0205 Extended Squared Front Toilet Seat - White Discontinued

Not sure which model toilet you have? Try looking under the toilet tank lid or inside of the toilet tank.

Repair Parts for the Eljer Old Style Triangle Toilet

Eljer toilet installed in a bathroom
Note: These toilets use (round or elongated) rounded front toilet seats
Description Price & Quantity
Original Fill Valve Replaced by 400A $16.62
"Will-Fit" Tank Ball for Aristocrat $6.29
Brass Guide Assembly with 5-1/2" Lift Wire
5-1/2" lift wire also sold separately below
9" Brass Upper Lift Wire $2.51
5-1/2" Brass Lower Lift Wire $1.86
4-1/2" Brass Lower Lift Wire $1.60
Tank To Bowl Gasket - straight-sided $3.35
Tank To Bowl Bolt Set - solid brass $6.27
9" Tank Trip Lever - brass rod bends to fit most tanks $9.95
Round Front Toilet Seat - View dimensions $60.56
Elongated Front Toilet Seat - View dimensions $67.91
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "How does the upper lift wire attach to the tank trip lever?"
A. The upper lift wire can be bent with a pair of pliers. The lower lift wire is put through the upper lift wire and then the lower lift wire threads into the tank ball. When the tank ball is in the closed position, resting on the flush valve seat, the upper lift wire loop should be raised to the top of the lower lift wire loop. While in this position the upper lift wire should be marked with a pencil at the level of the tank trip lever when it is in the resting closed position. Unthread the lower lift wire from the ball to allow yourself room to bend the upper lift wire. Put the upper lift wire into one of the holes in the tank trip lever that best aligns with the center of the tank ball. Use a pair of pliers to make a bend in the upper lift wire where the pencil mark is so it can be bent in the correct place as it is attached to the tank trip lever.

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