Toto Carlyle MS874114SG Replacement Part Numbers for all internal guts

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  1. birdfire

    birdfire New Member

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    I have (3) Toto Carlyle MS874114SG toilets that are probably from 2001 and 2002.
    One makes a humming noise and I'd like to replace all the internal parts with genuine replacement parts and G-Max technology.

    What are the part numbers that I need in order to order them?
    Is there an online plumbing website recommended for these Genuine Toto Replacement parts?
    I've never replaced any toilet parts and am wondering if this is a challenging task for the female brain?
    I'm hoping replacement instructions will be included, is this correct?
    And will I need any special tools?
    Thanks....
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  2. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    The Carlyle uses a Korky 528MP fill valve, and the red Korky 3' flapper.
    You can pick these up at any Lowes hardware.

    Instructions are here
    www.terrylove.com/korky
  3. wjcandee

    wjcandee Wise One

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    Yep. Korky builds parts for Toto. They are authorized replacements. The Korky 2021BP (or 2021PK) flapper just replaces the old flapper. It is quite literally the same thing in a Korky box rather than the Tot box. Some Lowes don't carry those, so get the Korky 3060BP which almost all Lowes' have. It's adjustable and the instructions show you how to set it for your specific toilet. Your toilet takes the same setting as the Toto Drake ST743.
  4. birdfire

    birdfire New Member

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    Thanks for the previous information.
    Now...what if I purchase the Toto THU013P, which is the 1 piece DV ASSY with pink flapper....
    Exactly how would I install this replacement part?
  5. wjcandee

    wjcandee Wise One

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    No no no no no.

    Why would you want to replace the entire flush valve when all you need is to replace the flapper?

    You say that your toilet is making a funny noise. I'm assuming you mean at or near shutoff, which is likely just the fill valve, a 15-minute DIY job for someone who has never done it before. http://www.korky.com/?p=Product&i=131 Available at Lowes, but not Home Depot: http://www.lowes.com/pd_336988-868-...t=korky&pl=1&currentURL=?Ntt=korky&facetInfo=

    And we're telling you that IF you think it is leaking, i.e. drainly slowly into the bowl and then refilling, then all you need is a new flapper. http://www.korky.com/?p=Product&i=921 That's less than a one-minute job. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Korky-3-...-for-Toto-G-Max-2021CM/202666003#.Uadwa9KG3To

    Changing the whole flush valve is a much-bigger deal, totally unncessary, and makes no sense. Unless you have a crack in the flush valve, you never need to replace it.

    And quit worrying about buying "official" Toto parts. What we are recommending are parts that are made by the same guys who MAKE the official Toto parts for Toto, and which are authorized replacements.
    Last edited: Jun 17, 2014
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