Read the instruction thoroughly before starting the installation.
If you are unsure of how to install the toilet let a professional plumber do the installation.
Before installing the new Waterdrop make sure the distance from the back wall to the toilet flange is at least 12”. If it has not been done previously, turn off the water line and remove the existing toilet.
Contents of package
1 Toilet bowl (vitreous china)
1 Tank (vitreous china)
1 Tank lid (vitreous china)
1 Toilet seat and its fitting
1 Tank to bowl gasket
1 Kit tank to toilet hardware
2 plastic bolts
2 rubber washers
2 plastic washers
2 plastic nuts
Tools needed: (not provided)
o Tape measurer
o Flat screwdriver
o Carpenter’s lever
o Adjustable wrench
o Protective goggles
Additional items needed: (not provided)
o Bowl wax ring
o Closet flange mounting bolts (recommended 2 T-bolts, 2 metal washers and 2 nuts)
o Bolt caps
o Water supply line
1 Remove the old wax seal from the toilet flange and floor bolts. If necessary install new floor bots into the slots of the toilet flange. The floor bolts should point straight up.
2 Place the new wax ring centered onto the toilet flange between the floor bolts.
3 Lift and position the toilet bowl over the toilet flange so the floor bolts fit through the holes in the foot of the toilet. Press down on the toilet bowl to compress the wax ring. When this is done do not move the toilet as it breaks the wax seal. Attach washers and nuts to the floor bolts and tighten with an adjustable wrench until snug. Do not over-tighten as the vitreous china could crack. Attach bolt caps.
4 Do not use tools for this step as it might lead to cracking the tank trim or the vitreous china. Place inlet valve in the tank in the corner and fasten the nut on the outside. Place the flush valve in the middle in the tank and fasten the nut on the outside. Place the overfill connector with one end on the inlet valve end the other on the flush valve. Fasten the trip lever with the nut inside the tank. Connect the chain to the trip lever.
5 Set the gasket over the flush valve nut. Turn the tank right-side up and set the tank onto the bowl, centering the large gasket over the large water inlet in the bowl.
6 Shift the tank gently until tank bolt holes are aligned over the bolt holes in the toilet. Ensure the gasket is still in place. Place rubber washer onto tank bolts then insert the bolts down through the holes in the vitreous china.
7 On the outside of the toilet attach washers and nuts to the bolts and tighten. Do not over tighten as it might crack the vitreous china or break the bolts, washers or nuts.
8 Connect the water supply line to the fill valve at the bottom of the tank. Tighten the connector finger tight. Using a wrench could damage the connector.
9 No fill valve adjustments are needed.
10 Place tank lid on top of the tank.
11 Center the toilet seat on the toilet and put the seat bolts through the seat holes and vitreous china. Tighten the nuts on the other side of the vitreous china. Turn on the water line and flush toilet several times, checking for leaks. If toilet leaks identify where and re-do appropriate steps of installation.
Lid Waterdrop 01
Tank Waterdrop 01
Bowl Waterdrop 01
Fill valve A1260 9-short body
Flush valve A2102
Tank bots A6102
Flapper Silicon A4101
Tank lever A5602
Contact Pacific Toilets for spare parts.
Cleaning Do not use in-tank toilet cleaners as they can damage the flush valve or other working parts. Toilet bowl cleaners may be used but only inside the bowl. Do not use strong abrasive cleaners as it will scratch and dull the vitreous china.
Do not allow cleaners to soak. Cleaning solution should be wiped from plastic or plated surfaces immediately.
ADA Compliance Toilet complies with ADA if installed with toilet seat.
WARNING! DO NOT USE IN-TANK BOWL CLEANERS The use of high concentration of chlorine or chlorine-related products can seriously damage fittings in the tank. This damage can cause leakage and property damage. Pacific Toilets shall not be responsible or liable for any tank fitting failure or damage caused by the use of in-tank bowl cleaners.