American Standard 2034 User Manual
Model 2004 Normal Height Elongated One Piece Toilet
Model 2034 Right Height® Elongated One Piece Toilet
Thank you for selecting American Standard - the benchmark of fine quality for over 100 years. To ensure this product is installed properly, please read these instructions carefully before you begin. (Certain installations may require professional help.) Also be sure your installation conforms to local codes.
! CAUTION: PRODUCT IS FRAGILE. TO AVOID BREAKAGE AND POSSIBLE INJURY HANDLE WITH CARE!
NOTE: Pictures may not exactly define contour of china and components.
Depending upon your plumbing and venting conditions, the flow from
the Champion in a
the system and draw water from the opposing bowl. The National
Standards Plumbing Code prohibits the use of a cross fitting for
drainage as throw over is possible. The code does approve a
directional "Y" style fitting with proper venting to direct the water
Recommended fitting type for
downward and away from the other toilet.
RECOMMENDED TOOLS AND MATERIALS
Flexible Supply Tube
1REMOVE OLD TOILET
a.Close toilet supply valve and flush tank completely. Towel or sponge remaining water from tank and bowl.
b.Disconnect and remove supply line. NOTE: If replacing valve, first shut off main water supply!
c.Remove old mounting hardware, remove toilet and plug floor waste opening to prevent escaping sewer gases.
d.Remove closet bolts from flange and clean away old wax, putty, etc. from base area. NOTE: Mounting surface must be clean and level before new toilet is installed!
NOTE: Distance from wall to closet flange centerline must be as listed below:
C/L OF SEAT
C/L OF SEAT
C/L OF OUTLET
C/L OF OUTLET
INSTALL CLOSET BOLTS
Install closet bolts in flange channel, turn 90°, and slide into place 6" (152mm) apart and parallel to wall.
INSTALL WAX SEAL
Invert toilet on floor (cushion to prevent damage), and install wax ring evenly around waste flange (horn), with tapered end of ring facing toilet. Apply a thin bead of sealant around toilet base.
POSITION TOILET ON FLANGE
a.Unplug floor waste opening and install toilet on closet flange so bolts project through mounting holes.
b.Loosely install retainer washers and nuts. Side of washers marked "THIS SIDE UP" must face up!
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S A V E F O R F U T U R E U S E
a. Position toilet squarely to wall and, with a rocking motion,
press bowl down fully on wax ring and flange. Alternately
tighten nuts until toilet is firmly seated on floor.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN NUTS
OR BASE MAY BE DAMAGED!
b. Install caps on washers. (If necessary, cut bolt height to
size before installing caps.)
c. Smooth off the bead of sealant around base. Remove
7 INSTALL TOILET SEAT Install toilet seat in accordance with manufacturer's directions.
Before continuing, determine the type of water supply connection you have from
the chart below and use the appropriate assembly parts required to properly
reconnect the water supply. DO NOT use plumber's putty to seal these fittings.
These parts must be used as illustrated
existing coupling nut may result in water
leakage. Water supply tube or pipe
must extend at least 1/2" inside
threaded shank of valve (does not apply
to flanged tubing).
Use existing spiral cone washer. Fluidmaster cone washer may not seal completely on spiral type supply line.
Captive cone washers already included. No additional washers needed.
CAUTION: Overtightening of
CAUTION: DO NOT USE
LOCK NUT or COUPLING
CONE WASHER WITH
NUT could result in breakage
PLASTIC SUPPLY LINE.
and potential flooding.
!WARNING: Do not use plumber’s putty, pipe dope, or any other sealant on the water supply connection to this tank. If the connection leaks after hand tightening, replace the supply line. If the connection continues to leak with the new supply line, replace the fill valve.Warranty is void if any type of sealant is used on the water supply connection.
With correct washers in place (see Step 8a), tighten COUPLING NUT 1/4 turn beyond hand tight.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
PARTS FOR WATER
(SEE STEP 8)
(HAND TIGHT ONLY)
ADJUSTMENTS: a. Turn supply on.
Adjust water level to level indicated on tank by adjusting float cup. See Step 10.
If bowl fails to siphon, an adjustment may be required with the lift chain. Simply remove the bead chain from the retainment clip (see Fig. 9a) and take up slack on the chain, and reinsert on lift rod. Make sure the chain is not too taut.
Turn on water supply. Submerge the FLOAT CUP under the water for 30 seconds. Adjust the water to desired level by turning WATER LEVEL ADJUSTMENT ROD and moving FLOAT CUP up or down.
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11 TROUBLE SHOOTING FLUSH VALVE SEAL LEAKS:
11a REFILL TUBE REPLACEMENT:
Lift piston up by pulling up on the lift chain, inspect seal for visible
distortion and presence of debris on sealing surface with finger.
Locate bottom portion of
1. Turn off water supply and flush toilet to empty tank.
hose clip to vent tube at
Disconnect Chain from Trip Lever by removing Hair Pin Cotter
location as shown.
and Clevis Pin.
Partially lift and support piston bottom with one hand.
Remove thumbscrew by turning
Remove piston top and gasket.
Replace gasket with new gasket.
7. Reverse procedure, turn thumbscrew until 2 clicks are felt.
NOTE: DO NOT ADD ANY FOREIGN MATERIALS TO THE SEALING SURFACE.
12CARE AND CLEANING
When cleaning your toilet, wash it with mild, soapy water, rinse thoroughly with clear water and dry with a soft cloth.
! WARNING: Do not use
American Standard shall not be responsible or liable for any damage caused by the use of
IF FILL VALVE SHUTS OFF BUT CONTINUES TO
LEAK SLOWLY, repeat Step 13.
IF FILL VALVE TURNS OFF AND ON DURING
wasting water because:
• The end of the refill tube is inserted into overflow
pipe, below water level in tank. Attach refill tube to
overflow pipe using "S" clip provided.
• The flush valve is leaking because it's worn, dirty
IF FILL VALVE WON'T TURN ON OR SHUT OFF
IMPORTANT: Always clear
• While holding a
• Replace TOP by engaging
or REFILL OF TANK WATER IS SLOW after
sand and rust from system.
container over the
lugs and rotating 1/8 turn
valve has been in use for some time, Fluidmaster
• Make sure water supply is off.
uncapped VALVE to
clockwise. MAKE CERTAIN
Model 242 Replacement Seal may be needed.
Remove valve TOP by lifting
prevent splashing, turn
TIP IS TURNED TO THE
Go to our website at www.fluidmaster.com for
arm and rotating top and arm
water supply on and
LOCKED POSITION. VALVE
more solutions to toilet problems.
1/8 turn counterclockwise,
off a few times. Leave
MAY NOT TURN ON IF TOP
pressing down slightly on cap.
water supply off.
IS NOT FULLY TURNED TO
For troubleshooting information please contact:
THE LOCKED POSITION.
Always use quality Fluidmaster repair parts when maintaining your Fluidmaster products. Fluidmaster
shall not be responsible or liable for any damages caused by products used with Fluidmaster valves
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that were not manufactured by Fluidmaster, Inc.
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REPAIR PARTS LIST
Repair parts are determined by toilet tank number which can be found marked inside tank.
NOTE: "XXX" represents color or trim finish options. Specify when ordering.
Champion®4 Trip Lever Assembly
Champion®4 Chinaware Tank Cover
Champion®4 Water Control Assembly
Champion®4 Valve Seal Kit
Champion®4 Flush Valve Assembly
Champion®4 Adapter Assembly - Kit #247
Champion®4 PVC Refill Tube
Champion®4 Clevis Pin Assembly
Traditional Trip Lever Assembly
Traditional Chinaware Tank Cover
Traditional Bolt Cap Kit
Bolt Cap Kit - #128
Refill Tube Clip
Does not flush
a. Water supply valve closed.
a. Open valve and allow water to fill tank.
b. Supply line blocked.
b. Shut off water supply, disconnect supply line and inspect all
gaskets and washers. Reassemble. Also, see Fluidmaster
maintenance. (see Step 13)
c. Flush valve chain too loose or disconnected.
c. Readjust chain length as required.
d. Sand or debris lodged in water control.
d. Shut off water supply. Remove cap and clean as per Step 13.
Poor or sluggish flush
a. Bowl water level too low.
a. Check that refill tube is connected to water control and
inserted into tank overflow without being kinked or damaged.
(see Step 11a)
b. Supply valve partly closed.
b. Open supply valve fully. Be sure that proper supply tube size
c. Partially clogged trapway and/or drain pipe and/or vent.
c. Remove obstruction. Consult a plumber if necessary.
d. Supply pressure too low.
d. Normal supply pressure must be at least 20 psi.
e. Flush valve chain too tight, holding flush valve open.
e. Readjust chain length as needed. Review Step 9b.
a. Poor supply line connection.
a. Review Step 8 of installation procedure.
b. Poor bowl to tank/floor connection.
b. Review Step 4 through 6 of installation procedure.
Toilet does not shut off
a. Flush valve seal leaking or deformed.
a. Clean debris from seal surface. Replace flush valve seal as
needed. (see Step 11)
b. Sand or debris lodged in water control.
b. Shut off water supply. Remove cap and clean as per Step 13.
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