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  1. R & T - 2 inch outlet dual flush valve ATS260

    R & T - 2" outlet dual flush valve. Commonly found in Kohler and Englefield toilet cisterns. This is the tall version which is around 295mm from where the valve sits on the bottom of the cistern to the top of the valve. The shorter version is around 255mm. The short version is no longer made. If you have enough height in your cistern however, you can use the taller valve which will clip straight on to the existing basket. If you do this, you will need to cut down your existing button pushrods. Alternatively, we can supply a generic button. Have a look at our Bestter range of buttons and see if one will suit your cistern lid.

    Contact us if you have any questions,

    Mob 0415 614 847


    Remember, when replacing the toilet flush valve, it is a good idea to also replace the inlet valve. These items have a similar lifespan and you don't want to be doing this job twice. Have a look at our inlet valves, they are probably much cheaper than you expect. (scroll down or look under “Inlet Valves” on the blue ribbon above)

    Also, for adjustment of your valve, have a look at our page explaining how they work. This will give a good idea of how to adjust them. Start with the single flush valves and then read about the dual flush valves.

    The explanation is here:


    Toilet manufacturers rarely make parts which look the same but are slightly different. Check the photos and dimensions and if it looks identical then it probably is.

    If you have any queries related to this purchase, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

    You can reach us by phone or text (0415 614 847). Outside of office hours you can email info@toiletspares.com.au,

    If you can text or email photos of your existing parts, that will greatly increase the chances that we can help you.

    Remember that if you order the wrong product that you can simply return it undamaged within 30 days for a full refund.

    If the mistake is yours then of course, you will need to pay return postage. If the mistake is ours, we will naturally bear all postage costs.




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