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Shim for One2Flush dual-flush toilet system

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Shim for One2Flush dual-flush toilet system by delsydsoftware Dec 17, 2012
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Summary

The One2Flush dual-flush system is really great, but I ran into a problem when I installed it on my toilet. The system does a half flush when you pull the toilet handle down, and it does a full flush when you pull the handle up. Unfortunately, the ancient Universal-Rundle toilet in my house has the lever mounted very close to the top of the toilet tank. I wasn't able to pull the lever up to engage the full flush without hitting the top of the tank.

So, this is a shim that moves the handle out enough to allow the handle to clear the top of the toilet tank.

Instructions

Print this out with 25% infill, preferably in a color that matches your toilet. :)

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Any chance you could design the whole handle? Mine stripped out and I recycled it. Been using a square driver to flush! Luckily it's a spare bathroom. One2flush seems to be out of business?!?!

Sadly, no. My One2Flush broke about 6 months after I made this part. I ended up replacing it with this, which has been working great so far:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005FPNGWO/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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