New Castle Replacement Toilet Parts

by Universal Rundle

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New Castle two-piece toilet

Replacement Parts for New Castle Series Toilet
Two-Piece Model - Tank 4459

Universal Rundle Toilet parts

Model & Service Years Description Part # Price & Quantity
New Castle Toilet
Model: 4459
Jan. 1972 - July 1979
Ballcock - Replaced by #400A
- Click to go to 400A repair parts
203
139
$16.62
Flush Valve 255
257
Discontinued
"Will-Fit" Flush Valve alternative - 10-1/2" Tall - Flush valve will need to be cut down to original valve height - can use any type of saw (wood saw, hack saw, etc.) - Please note: altered valves are non-returnable. $14.99
Float Rod (8") - (for original 203 and 139 ballcocks) 126 $2.25
Float Ball - (for original 203 and 139 ballcocks) - Replaced by #102 103 $3.70
Trip Lever - Chrome 326 Discontinued
Tank To Bowl Gasket - Recessed - #WA75 "Will-Fit" -- $4.39
Tank To Bowl Bolt Set - Stainless Steel -- $6.39

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Replacement Parts for New Castle Series Toilet
Two-Piece Model - Tank 4458

Universal Rundle Toilet parts

Model & Service Years Description Part # Price & Quantity
New Castle Toilet
Model: 4458
Feb. 1977 - Jan. 1979
Ballcock - Replaced by #400A
- includes #599 refill tube & clip
206
206A
$14.60
Flush valve seat
(pinion holder assembly for #278)
- view dimensions
268 Discontinued
Flush Tilt Valve - view dimensions 278 $40.52
Float Ball - (for original 206 and 206A ballcocks) - Replaced by #102 103 $3.70
Trip Lever - Chrome 311
355
Discontinued
See Alternative Below
Alternative Adjustable Trip Lever PRO64 $9.95
Tank To Bowl Gasket - Recessed - #WA75 "Will-Fit" -- $4.39
Tank To Bowl Bolt Set - Stainless Steel -- $6.39

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Replacement Parts for New Castle Series Toilet
Two-Piece Model - Tanks 4458/4459

New Castle toilet repair parts

Model & Service Years Description Part # Price & Quantity
New Castle Toilet
Model: 4458
Jan. 1979 - Nov. 1986
Ballcock - Replaced by #400A
- Click and go to 400A repair parts
203
205
$16.62
Flush Valve 256
239
Discontinued
"Will-Fit" Flush Valve alternative - 10-1/2" Tall
- This flush valve will need to be cut down to original valve height - can use any type of saw (wood saw, hack saw, etc.) - Please note: altered valves are non-returnable.
$14.99
Float Rod (9") 126 Discontinued
Float Ball - (for original 203 and 205 ballcock) 103
102
$3.70
Trip Lever - Chrome 311
354
372
Discontinued
See Alternative Below
Alternative Adjustable Trip Lever PRO64 $9.95
Tank To Bowl Gasket - Recessed - #WA75 "Will-Fit" -- $4.39
Tank To Bowl Bolt Set - Stainless Steel -- $6.39
New Castle Toilet
Model: 4459
Oct 1984 - Nov. 1986
Ballcock - Replaced by #400A 170
130
$16.62
Flush Valve - Replaced by #237 256
257
Discontinued
"Will-Fit" Flush Valve alternative - 10-1/2" Tall
- This flush valve will need to be cut down to original valve height - can use any type of saw (wood saw, hack saw, etc.) - Please note: altered valves are non-returnable.
$14.99
Float Rod (9") 126 Discontinued
Float Ball - (for original 170 and 130 ballcocks) 102 $3.70
Trip Lever - Chrome 311
354
Discontinued
See Alternative Below
Alternative Adjustable Trip Lever PRO64 $9.95
Tank To Bowl Gasket - Recessed - #WA75 "Will-Fit" -- $4.39
Tank To Bowl Bolt Set - Stainless Steel -- $6.39
New Castle Toilet
Model: 4459
Nov. 1986 - May 1990
Ballcock - Replaced by #400A
- Press here to go to 400A repair parts
205
205D
$16.62
Flush Valve 256
239
Discontinued
"Will-Fit" Flush Valve alternative - 10-1/2" Tall
- This flush valve will need to be cut down to original valve height - can use any type of saw (wood saw, hack saw, etc.) - Please note: altered valves are non-returnable.
$14.99
Float Rod (9") 126 Discontinued
Float Ball - (for original 205 and 205D ballcocks) 102 $3.70
Trip Lever - Chrome 311
355
Discontinued
See Alternative Below
Alternative Adjustable Trip Lever PRO64 $9.95
Tank To Bowl Gasket - Recessed - #WA75 "Will-Fit" -- $4.39
Tank To Bowl Bolt Set - Stainless Steel -- $6.39
New Castle Toilet
Model: 4459
May 1990 - Dec 1993
Ballcock - Replaced by #400A
- Click and go to 400A repair parts
144
145
$16.62
Flush Valve 252
253
Discontinued
"Will-Fit" Flush Valve alternative - 10-1/2" Tall
- This flush valve will need to be cut down to original valve height - can use any type of saw (wood saw, hack saw, etc.) - Please note: altered valves are non-returnable.
$14.99
Float Rod (8") - (for original 144 and 145 ballcocks) - Replaced by #121 120 $2.25
Float Ball - (for original 144 and 145 ballcocks) 102 $3.70
Trip Lever - Chrome 311
355
Discontinued
See Alternative Below
Alternative Adjustable Trip Lever PRO64 $9.95
Tank To Bowl Gasket - Recessed - #WA75 "Will-Fit" -- $4.39
Tank To Bowl Bolt Set - Stainless Steel -- $6.39

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "I installed a new fill valve and my new valve comes on (and then goes off) for a few seconds about once per hour?"
A. This could be caused by many things. The most common is with a Fluidmaster 400. This is a great valve but be sure to install the 1/4" tube per their instructions. Use the clip that comes with it and do not just stick it into the overflow tube or it will go on and off every so often by itself. If that isn't it, take some food coloring and place it in your tank. Wait a few hours and if some of the color has gone into the bowl then you probably need a new flapper.

Q. "My Universal Rundle toilet tank has a tilt valve. How does the Fluidmaster 400A fill valve allow the bowl to refill?"
A. If you are using a Fluidmaster 400A then you must also use the Fluidmaster #599 refill tube & clip. The clip attaches to the back of the tank and keeps the 1/4" refill tube pointed towards and into the overflow tube of the tilt valve. The 1/4" refill tube must not be attached directly into the overflow tube. There must be an air break between the refill tube and the overflow tube to keep the 400A from siphoning the water in the tank and putting it into the bowl continuously causing the 400A to turn on and off continuously.

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