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Mjsi HYR270 Hydro Right Dual Converter Kit, for Use with All Standard 2 in Flush Valves, Thermoplastic, Chrome

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Description

  • SAVE WATER and MONEY: Easily converts a standard toilet into a 2-button, dual flush toilet that saves water and eliminates common leaky toilet problems due to a worn out flapper, handle, or faulty flapper chain. Uses up to 70% less water for liquids and paper
  • EASY NO-TOOLS REQUIRED INSTALLATION: Installs without tools in 5 to 10 minutes - toilet tank removal not required.
  • COMPATIBILITY: Converts almost any toilet to dual flush and requires 10-inch minimum clearance from highest point of the flush valve opening to the inside of the tank lid. Fits 1.6 gpf toilets includes dual flush button. Does not fit Mansfield brand toilets.
  • SMART TECH: Detects leaks and signals when a leak is found. Jets clean toilet tank and parts with every flush. LightTouch button
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION - Chlorine and chemical resistant and will not warp.

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Customer Reviews

What not to likeBefore buying per usual, I read customer reviews. One stated that installation took about 10 minutes. OK, I'd give it a go. Well, it took me 15 minutes but, I'm a 71. Year old woman who never fixed a toilet before. Not so bad. I watched my first practice flush and it appears that about 1/8 the previous amount of water is being used Brilliant5Great idea - with two BIG problems for common toilets. A response (with fixes) to the complaints...UPDATE (Dec 2011):At Home Depot today I saw an end cap with an infomercial running about this gizmo. However, I took one out of the box, and I was so disappointed to see the same darn paper-thin gasket that I (and many others) have reported to them over the past 2 years. Additionally, the Home Depot staff said they get a lot of returns on this item.This company knows that their gasket is too thin, causes leaks, and that including a higher grade gasket would cost them very little (approx 20 per unit). Somehow they can find the budget to launch a Home Depot marketing campaign & produce a new infomercial, but can't spend an extra 20 per product to prevent the headaches they're causing.I'll add that my fixes work, but the silicone seal is NOT a permanent solution (already had to replace it once). If this gizmo is not ready to use out-of-the-box, and requires annual or semi-annual maintenance, it is NOT ready for the market. If you want a dual flush, you can get a brand new dual-flush toilet for under $100.Original Review:======Ok, I also had two problems when installing this, and I have fixes for the 30+ people who have complained about similar install problems (same root problem in almost every instance). I predict that for MOST people, this dual flush device will not be an "out-of-the box" solution - you will need some troubleshooting not included in the instructions.But I also predict that because of bad installs, some folks here (not realizing it yet) will have running toilets, or will actually use MORE water on the low-flush feature than they did before! Unless you measure it like I did, you'll never know. This is a SERIOUS problem this company needs to address, costing lots of money and wasted water - and homeowners may never even know it!I feel ~really~ bad for the folks who spent hours & hours wrestling with this device, but I promise these 5-minute fixes will work. I wholeheartedly agree that there are design flaws here, but finding a workaround saved me the hassle of returning it & messing around with another brand (and probably an entirely new set of problems).I'm going to stress - you CAN get this to work with your older toilet, and you do NOT need the HydroClean (or any other) device to make this work. I like the HydroClean unit, but IT IS NOT NECESSARY to install your dual flush converter.FIRST: THE LOW-FLUSH FEATURE ISN'T WORKING FOR YOUAgain, I totally agree - the instructions aren't clear. I had to try 20-30 flushes before my "Ah-ha" moment.If your low-flush doesn't work, 99% chance the problem is water level is too low. It's not getting enough water to flush. Do NOT hold down the flush button to get this to work - if you have to do that, it that means you're using more water than before! And do NOT flush twice To "fix" the problem - just read on...Solution (bottom line): You need to set the float level for the low-flush (the blue tab) 1/2" BELOW where you want the water line (yes, below). Then, the water line has to be about 2" ABOVE the float, so it can use roughly 2" of water on a low flush. I know it sounds odd, but try a flush - if it doesn't work, keep adjusting the low-flush water level up a notch. I PROMISE - this will work.I know it sounds backwards - but to save water you will need to keep MORE water in your tank. The water is not actually used each flush - it just needs 1.5" to 2", which should translate to .6 gallons or less. (My low-flush setting uses .4 gallons, which is efficient and also 33% less water than national standards for even a urinal).If you have a HydroClean installed, it may actually be getting in your way. So set the float/fill level to the near maximum setting. With my HydroClean, my previous setting was about 1.1 gallons with my toilet (I thought I was saving water this way). But with the dual converter installed, I had to add nearly 50% more water to the tank - so that the low-flush feature can work right.Now my main flush uses 1.2 gals (about 25% less water than national standards), and my low-flush works great too.SECOND: YOUR TOILET IS RUNNINGSome people may not even realize that their new dual flush converter is running. A running toilet will definitely waste more water than it saves - possibly wasting hundreds or thousands of gallons a month!!!The problem is the blue "silicone" flapper gasket is CHEAP thin rubber. If it's not perfectly straight, the rubber will fold or ripple & allow water to seep into the tank. Frankly, I would suspect 75% of all users will immediately or eventually experience this. It's a bad design, almost a defect (it needs to be larger & sturdier).I had to refit this 3 or 4 times, but the problem is, once the entire dual-flush contraption is fully installed, you can't see the blue gasket to confirm it makes a good seal. You MUST listen to the toilet a few hours after install, to see if it runs (or add a blue cleaning disc or some food coloring to your tank, then check the color of the bowl later). This can waste 10-100 gallons per DAY (yes, up to 100 gallons) - so if your goal in using the dual flush is to save water, think twice.Solution (bottom line): You will most likely need to seal it with a waterproof silicone sealant or high-grade waterproof caulk.A third potential problem is replacing your flush handle with the new dual-flush "button". If your handle is off to the side of your toilet tank, if you have a triangle-shaped toilet, or if your toilet is right against the wall, then you (or your guests) won't be able to see which button to push.I give this 5 stars for ingenuity, but 1 star for major design flaws.1So simple to install, no reason not to have these.This is about the easiest toilet modification that I have ever done. Really it only takes 5 minutes and that's if you are meticulous. It produces a very solid flush even for toilets which were previously took multiple flushes. It comes in a push button or dual level model. I have one of each. Actually the level model is less likely to interfer with the toilet seat in the up position. Now if only they would come out with one in a oiled bronze handle finish I would have one in every bathroom. The seal actually seems more secure than a flapper and since it doesn't move, hopefully it won't wear out with time like flappers do. Regardless at this price, I'll just replace them if it comes to that. Not only will it save water with the small flush option, eliminating the double and tripple flushes will save even more.5Not very impressedI have worked on many toilets in my life so I am by no means new to this. I wasnt concerned with price, I just wanted the best unit I could find. This unit is substandard even compaired to all the other Chinese junk out there. It wouldnt seal and its method of holding it in place is something Rube Goldberg would have invented. The flush button is not constructed in a way the casual user would figure out without a little investigation, that surely over complicates a simple task.1They both work fine now, and they do save water in our ...I had purchased one of these earlier, by the original manufacturer, and it has worked well. The two I bought from Danco needed a bit of a tweak: the Quick Flush 1/2" (acc. to manual) throw wasn't quite enough. I added a very small screw to the blue plastic plunger/push pin, and that solved the problem. It just needed about 1/32" more throw. They both work fine now, and they do save water in our older --but perfectly serviceable-- toilets. Much cheaper than replacing with a new $400 toilet!4The drop indicators are too subtleI love having a dual flush option, & this one seems to have the best options available for the price HOWEVER I would get the handle version next time though. I got this particular push button one hoping that the drops indicating the flush level would be more prominent & noticeable. It is not. The drops should be more obvious. I ve had guests time & time again ask what the deal is with the handle because they can t see them. It s fine if you already know, but in a house where I have a lot of guests, it s a problem.4they happily sent me an entire new deviceJust a quick note of thanks to the company, Danco.I had experienced a defect in the blue seal of the upper housing last year -- the seal had developed an air bubble. As a temporary measure, I gently pricked the bubble and turned the seal upside down and reinserted. That worked. Still, I was concerned about a future failure so I sent the company a note about spare parts. Instead, they happily sent me an entire new device, no questions asked. They must have realized there was a problem with the seal. (I may have an older design -- I bought the product from Costco in April, 2013 -- and the problem might be redressed by now).The product is not too difficult to install it if you do a few things right: (1) make sure the seal in the bottom housing is snug by filling the bowl with water up to the upper end of the seal and watch for drips; (2) use a level if necessary to make sure it is horizontal; (3) place the cam and related nice and snug but not excessively tight; and (4) make absolutely certain the green tube is not kinked in any way or the device will not close properly after a flush -- experiment by clicking in the right slot in the control box with a blunt instrument to see how the tube in the upper housing falls in response to a kinked green tube. Decent product, clever. Customer service is excellent.5Paid for it self the first water bill.If you have a traditional toilet that does not have dual flush, I recommend this product. The water savings the first quarter, paid for the product. If you are not handy, I recommend you view videos online before attempting the installation. I prefer the push button option to the lever one. I had the lever and it is not initiative to which lever is low fluse or not. It did were out after about 2 years, they do sell replacement flush unites. Over all if you don't want to replace your old toilet but want more water savings, I recommend this product.4Seems worth every pennyVery easy to install. Couple of suggestions and fixes for new installers.1. Do not try to set the unit into the bottom flush hole with too much pressure. The rubber cushion folds and causes the water to continuously drain into the pot. Set it lightly and tighten the zip tie only once you have no drying of water.2. The inner part of the push button was hitting the tank lid so I tightened it after holding it horizontal. Works perfect.Good product 4Received used, incomplete, defective productI purchased a 'new' item, but it arrived in an open box, lacking the 'detailed instructions inside' advertised on the box. Once I looked up the instructions online, I discovered that I was also missing other items from the box (a zip tie and choke for securing the unit). Once I resolved all of that, I installed it to find that the internal plunger mechanism will not fall once engaged (i.e., it doesn't stop flushing unless you hit the unit to dislodge the internal mechanism). In hindsight, that's probably why it was an open-box item -- because it's defective.1
Mjsi HYR270 Hydro Right Dual Converter Kit, for Use with All Standard 2 in Flush Valves, Thermoplastic, Chrome

Mjsi HYR270 Hydro Right Dual Converter Kit, for Use with All Standard 2 in Flush Valves, Thermoplastic, Chrome

3.8
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Regular price
SG$ 102.00
Sale price
SG$ 102.00
Regular price
SG$ 170.00
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Save 40% (SG$ 68.00)