Jeff (Ar) | February 1st, 2020
Extremely easy to do. Who ever had the idea to include the wrench needs a raise. It makes the whole job so easy. I will be ording a 2nd system to do a different bathroom shortly
Roger Prewitt (Kansas) | November 2nd, 2019
The directions were easy to follow and complete. Having the wrench included was great. I took my time, read everything carefully and finished in 90 minutes. For this kind of installation I think that's incredible and a direct result of having the right instructions and tools I didn't have to make any adjustments. The new handle system is a great improvement. I'm very impressed with the quality and ease of operation and highly recommend this replacement system.
Allen Ewbank (Michigan) | October 6th, 2019
The manual was very easy to follow. It took me about an hour and a half to install. I was surprised that the Flushmate wrench was included. The new handle and cable system works great. Much nicer than the old system with the metal rods. I bought a new foam tank to bowl gasket because the hard rubber one made the tank sit too high. All in all I'm very pleased with the unit.
Richard Vickery (Oklahoma) | August 31st, 2019
Ordered on-line, received repair kit very quickly. Just now finished installing, absolutely no problems! Instructions in the user manual were comprehensive and left no doubt about anything. Very good instructions!! I took my time and still had everything done in one hour and ten minutes. No adjustments were necessary, everything worked perfectly on the first flush. Thank you for a great product and great customer support!
Lise Hubbard-Muir (Markham, Ontario) | July 14th, 2019
We have a Gerber toilet with the Flushmate system inside. It was installed by the prior owners of our house in 1997. It had started acting up, not keeping the pressure overnight, so we bought the replacement system, using the same Gerber toilet.
One thing we struggled with is removing the old parts due to age, notable the bolts under the tank. What we didn't realize is those bolts didn't need to be removed, so the manual should note that as it added several hours to the job. The other issue is the that tank hole was small compared to the bottom piece of the flushmate and so it didn't go through completely. This caused the unit to be a little higher than it should have and when the tank lid is on, it presses against the top of the unit, causing it to keep running. We ended up using some bubble wrap to cushion the tank lid and create some space to prevent this. The handle replacement was also confusing to install until we discovered the video on the website. The video tutorials need to be all on one page with better titles to find the correct one; we found the handle one on the page for purchasing the handle. It was a day of pain, but at least the toilet works now with no issues.