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Aleur Toilet Repair Parts
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Mansfield Aleur Toilet

Replacement Parts for Mansfield Aleur Toilet
Two Piece 1.6gpf Model - 163/163NS

Parts diagram for Mansfield two-piece 1.6gpf Aleur toilets

Item # Part # Description Price & Quantity
1 08-10 Anti-Siphon Ballcock - 10" - includes float rod, refill tube, acetal locknut & coupling nut $14.78 Enter a quantity and
2 Float Ball "Will Fit" Plastic Float Ball - 4" x 5" $3.40 Enter a quantity and
3 211-1000 Flapper-Less Flush Valve - 10" - includes shank gasket, lock nut, and chain $15.49 Enter a quantity and
4 71 Front Mount Trip Lever with Metal Handle & Arm - Replaced by "universal" #55 Select your color and
5 630-0204 SmartFasten 2" Tank to Bowl Kit - includes tank to bowl gasket, three bolts, & three nuts $6.18 Enter a quantity and
6 WA75 "Will Fit" Replacement 2" Tank to Bowl Gasket - View dimensions $4.38 Enter a quantity and
7 Bolt Caps Bolt Cap Covers (1 pair) Select your color and
Not Shown Elongated Premium Quality Replacement "Will Fit" Slow Close Toilet Seat by Bemis Select your color and
Please note: The toilet seats featured here are the manufacturer's closest color match available & are non-returnable. View more colored toilet seats.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "I have installed the tank to bowl kit (630-0204) and tightened the 3 nuts and bolts to attach the tank to the bowl but water still seeps around the bolts and puddles on my floor. Are these the correct size bolts for this toilet?"

A. The bolts are the correct size. This will usually happen when the bolts and nuts are not tightened adequately. The manufacturer says the white nylon nuts should be hand tigtened and then a 7/16" socket should be used on them to tighten them 2 or 3 turns more. Make sure to tighten each bolt one turn at a time in rotation. By tightening in a rotation you will help prevent one side of the tank from to much stress which could cause the tank to crack. After each bolt has been tightened one turn, go back in the same order and tighten each bolt one turn again until the black rubber on each screw squishes down to seal the holes. After each bolt has been properly tightened there should be no leaks.

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