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Toilet Identification Cross Reference

How to find your toilet's manufacturer and model number so you can quickly and easily get repair parts

A malfunctioning toilet is the last thing anybody wants to deal with, and sometimes this problem is complicated by not knowing what type of toilet you have. How can you find repair parts if you don't know which ones will fit? Well, today you're in luck because we've designed a comprehensive toilet cross reference page to help you figure out which brand and model toilet you have, and then find the parts you need to fix it!

Finding your toilet manufacturer and/or model number:
  • Carefully remove the toilet tank lid and set it gently on the floor, with the bottom facing up. Look for the manufacturer name or a number on the bottom side of the water tank lid. It may be stamped into the lid or painted on - some of them may even be handwritten if the tank lid was replaced by a plumber with foresight.

  • If there are no numbers on the tank lid, grab a flashlight and begin looking inside the water tank itself. Most often you'll find a manufacturer name or number (either stamped or painted with waterproof paint) above the water line, but some of them are below the water line or behind the fill valve. Take your time and hold the flashlight at an angle to help you better see any stampings. Some manufacturers actually stamp the number into the very bottom of the tank, so be sure to look straight down into the tank too.

  • Sometimes you can take a cloth (don't use your hands in case of rough spots on the porcelain) and wipe the inside back of the tank. This doesn't really clean the back of the inside of the tank, but it will leave dirt in the crevices or indentation where the number is located, helping you to find it and/or make it easier to read.

  • Note that a large number of modern toilets feature the manufacturer's name in small print on the bowl between the bolts attaching the toilet seat (but disregard any names printed on the seat itself since they usually aren't the same brand as the toilet!) - which can at least set you on the right track toward finding your model number, either by contacting the manufacturer or using one of our toilet picture pages.

  • If you have a distinctive toilet, such as those pictured below, you may be able to find your model number simply by looking through our toilet picture pages.

  • If you simply cannot find any information about your toilet, check out our guide to finding "will fit" toilet replacement parts for more help and a handy checklist of all the information we'll need from you to assist you.





Handy Tip: Once you have found your model number, hit "CTRL" and "F" on your keyboard at the same time to search on this page.

Already know your manufacturer? Have a partial number or just want to quickly find your parts? Use the links to jump directly to that manufacturer.

American Standard     ~     Briggs     ~     Caroma     ~     Case     ~     Crane     ~     Eljer     ~     Gerber     ~     Kohler     ~     Mansfield

Toto     ~     Universal Rundle

Note that while manufacturer numbering conventions are generally different, there may be more than one manufacturer with the same number (especially if you have only a partial model number). Carefully compare your toilet tank shape to the pictures and diagrams (where provided) on our toilet parts pages to help you make sure you're getting the right parts.

American Standard Toilet Model Numbers
View our complete American Standard toilet parts listing

Briggs Toilet Model Numbers
View complete listings for Briggs toilet parts

Case Toilet Model Numbers
View complete listings for Case toilet parts

Caroma Toilet Model Numbers
View complete listings for Caroma toilet parts

Crane Toilet Model Numbers
View complete listings for Crane toilet parts

Eljer Toilet Model Numbers
View complete listings for Eljer toilet parts

Gerber Toilet Model Numbers
View our complete Gerber toilet parts listing

Kohler Toilet Model Numbers
View our complete Kohler toilet parts listing

Mansfield Toilet Model Numbers
View our complete Mansfield toilet parts listing

Toto Toilet Model Numbers
View our complete Toto toilet parts listing

Universal Rundle Toilet Model Numbers
View our complete Universal Rundle toilet parts listing


*Please note: Different Universal Rundle series toilets may share the same model number. Please double check the model number and date stamp in your toilet and cross reference that with available pictures and diagrams prior to ordering to ensure you're getting the correct parts.

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