Burr Ridge Series Toilet Repair Parts
by Gerber

With a classic design and clean lines, the Burr Ridge toilet is worth repairing instead of replacing. Whatever you're looking for, from flush valves and flappers to a new tank lever or just a replacement gasket, we've got everything you need to fix leaks, repair broken components, and get your Gerber Burr Ridge toilet in top-notch working condition again.

Replacement Parts for Gerber Brianne Toilets
Two Piece Model #G0020023
Tanks #G0028187 / #G002818797

Parts diagram for Burr Ridge toilet tanks G0028187 / G002818797
Item # Part # Description Price & Quantity
4 99-300 Fill Valve $25.06 Enter a quantity and
5 99-006 Flush Valve - includes flapper and chain $20.99 Enter a quantity and
6 99-788 Flapper with Chain $10.37 Enter a quantity and
7 99-287 Plastic Bolt Caps Temporarily Unavailable Enter a quantity and
8 99-660 Tank Assembly Kit - includes tank gasket, bolts, washers, and nuts $12.80 Enter a quantity and
9 99-659-WH Side Mount Toilet Tank Lever - White $29.85 Enter a quantity and
99-659-WHRH Side Mount Right Hand Toilet Tank Lever - White Temporarily Unavailable Enter a quantity and

Replacement Parts for Gerber Brianne Toilets
One Piece Model #G0021187CT
Tanks #GA700377CP / G0021187CT97

Parts diagram for Burr Ridge toilet tanks G0028187 / G002818797
Item # Part # Description Price & Quantity
2 99-300 Fill Valve $25.06 Enter a quantity and
3 712012 Flush Valve Temporarily Unavailable Enter a quantity and
4 715048 Flapper Temporarily Unavailable Enter a quantity and
5 99-857 Toilet Bowl Bolt Caps (2) - White $7.49 Enter a quantity and
6 GA700377 Tank Lever Temporarily Unavailable Enter a quantity and
GA713015 Right Handle Tank Lever Temporarily Unavailable Enter a quantity and

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "How can I find the model number of my Gerber toilet?"
A. Look inside your tank. Always exercise caution when removing the tank lid, as it is fragile and can be easily broken if stepped on or dropped. Look inside the tank starting with the back wall - for non-pressure assist models, the model number will be painted just above the waterline (example below left). For pressure assist tanks, the number will be closer to the top of the tank (example below right). Please note that due to safety concerns with pressure assist toilets, we choose not to offer parts for these models.

How to find your Gerber toilet model number

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