How to Replace a Toilet Flapper
A toilet flapper is the rubber device in your toilet tank that seals water in the tank and allows it to exit the tank when you flush. If your toilet is running for longer than usual after a flush, the toilet flapper probably needs to be replaced.
Tools / Materials:
- New Toilet Flapper
Step by Step Instructions
Turn off the water supply.
Drain the water from the tank by holding down the toilet lever.
Pull the chain from the lever arm.
Disconnect the flapper hinges from the fill tube, and remove the old flapper.
Install the new flapper. Start by connecting the new flapper hinges to the fill tube.
Connect the pull chain to the toilet lever. You may need to adjust the chain length.