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Old 11-12-12, 01:10 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Flushed With Pride - Thanks Daox!

I was the first (if not only) person interested in a free dual-flush toilet conversion kit courtesy of EcoRenovator.org's Daox.

It took me a little while, but I've finally installed the kit on the more frequently used toilet in our home. Installation was pretty straightforward, with a few minor exceptions. First, temporarily remove the float ball and arm (if your toilet has one) to simplify positioning the dual-flush mechanism. Also, the plastic nut that holds the flush lever on the inside of the toilet tank is reverse-threaded (righty-loosey).

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This project was simple and I'm planning to convert the toilet in our other bathroom to dual-flush. This is a simple way to reduce your household water use for very little cost or hassle.

Thanks again,
Tim

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This project was simple and I'm planning to convert the toilet in our other bathroom to dual-flush. This is a simple way to reduce your household water use for very little cost or hassle.

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