Re: Kohler Wellworth Toilet
Posted by Jon on April 12, 2004 at 13:36:00:
In response to Re: Kohler Wellworth Toilet
Terry, Within the same price range and quality as the Wellworth, what is a good model for the prevention of trapway clogs? What features should I look for in these types of units?
Thanks, Jon


: If the water comes to the top before flushing, then you may have something in the trapway.
: This model is not the best for prevention of trapway clogs. There are better products out there.

: : I just installed a Kohler Wellworth toilet and it
: : works great. Check and make sure that all of the
: : in-tank hardware is in place correctly. Also,
: : check to see that there is no obstruction at the
: : wax seal/ring location where the toilet is
: : supposed to discharge. It should work very well,
: : by flushing quickly and the flap seal coming down
: : quickly to keep the flushing water from exceeding
: : the 1.6 gal per flush limit. It sounds as if
: : there is an obstruction of the discharge end.
: : tony

: :
: : :
: : : Terry:

: : : I removed my toilet a year ago and just recently
: : : installed a new Kohler Wellworth Toilet. When flushing
: : : , the water rises almost to the point of overflowing
: : : and almost never flushes properly.
: : : I also used a Fluidmaster wax-free bowl gasket. After
: : : reviewing your website, I realize that I should have
: : : invested in a better toilet!! Could the toilet be
: : : the entire cause of this problem?

: : : Thank you,

: : : Joe




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