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- ItemAnti-Siphon Fill Valve
- For Use WithMost Toilet Tanks
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Sound like your float is taking on water, does your water shut off if you pull up the float. Does the float feel heavy when the toilet tank is empty, does the flapper valve seal the tank so it can fill properly. Go to www.Fluidmaster.com that web site will show you how to fix comon toilet problems..
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The OD of the fitting should be 1" because it is a 7/8" ball cock thread, so the OD should be about 1" to 1 1/16"
This dimention is a industry standard, so all toilet valves are the same.
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Yes you can, depending on what size your water stop valve is. A 4YKC2 is a 3/8" compression to a 7/8" Ballcock 9" long, the connection on the bottom of the toilet valve is 7/8" Ballcock, a plumbing standard for toilet valves. I hope this answers your question, thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer!
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