A toilet that is not working creates havoc in the household, and if the toilet runs constantly or leaks, it will increase your water bill significantly. If your toilet runs constantly, leaks or will not flush properly, the problem could be a faulty fill valve or toilet pump. Restore order to your household and save money by replacing the toilet pump yourself.
Remove the nut screwed on to the toilet pump. This is under the toilet tank. After you loosen this nut, you may need to hold the toilet pump with one hand while removing the nut with the other because the toilet pump may turn with the nut.
Place one of the shank washers that came with your replacement toilet pump on the threaded shank of the new toilet pump. Place the threaded shank into the hole in the bottom of the toilet tank.
Clip the refill tube to the overflow pipe using the angle attachment provided.