Looking at the picture, doesn't the container surround the outlet,
rather than the flush valve? If so, it will not be especially easy to
remove just because you're removing the valve. I think you'd have to
remove the tank from the rest of the toilet.
Anyhow, if I understant the picture correctly, I think that might be
there so that there is still water in the toilet tank when the flapper
closes. This would cut down on how much water is used per flush.
So would a brick in the toilet, so I'm not sure the purpose of this
container, which would have been much harder to install.
It has a dimple tube on either end. Is that to give access to the
bolts that hold the tank on?
Wish I could see more. What's the differnece btween a website that
lets you enlarge the posted picture and one that doesn't? Do they
start with the same picture?
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