|Posted by Paul on June 13, 2004 at 14:29:02:|
|In response to I made a mistake! More info on this toilet...CASE ROBINSON, Not RICHMOND|
Thank you everyone for all the information! I really appreciate it!
I made a mistake on the name on the tank. It's CASE ROBINSON. It's made in Richmond, Illinois. Sorry for the mix-up!
The part you posted looks very similiar, except that it doesn't have that half circle piece on the end. I'm guessing that piece is a large wingnut? The flushvalve has a long bolt that sticks out about 3 inches. There is nothing on the bottom of this flushvalve for my pipewrench to grip so I can remove it from the tank and replace the washer. It's just a rounded edge. How would I go about removing this from the tank without damaging the porcelian?
Tatooed in blue ink on the back of the tank lid is "NOV 26 1954", and on the underside of the tank lid in green lettering is CASE G21.
Thank you very much for all of your information!
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