First turn off the water to the toilet. Most of the time you will find a shut off valve on the lower left side of the toilet. Turn this valve to the right (clockwise) to turn it off, and left to turn it on.
To be sure it is off, flush the toilet, if the toilet does not start to re fill the tank, then the water is off. If water is going back into the tank and you have turned the valve as far to the right as you can, you will need to turn off the main water valve.
f you can not turn this valve with your hand, just turn off your main water valve With the water off remove the supply line from the bottom of the toilet. Instructions on how to replace a toilet fill valve or ball cock Toilet fill valve, Fluid master, ball cock, running toilet, If you are not completely sure you can do this job, maybe you should have it done by a professional.
|It is better to install the hose before you install the fill valve into the toilet tank. It is also better to adjust the height of the valve before you install the fill valve in to the toilet tank. (a fine adjustment can be made after installed)|
|In the box you will find a rubber washer with another rubber washer in the middle of it, remove the middle washer and place the larger of the two on to the threads at the bottom of the fill valve, flat side up beveled side facing tank.|
|Once you have the rubber washer in place, put the fill valve in to the hole in the tank then put the nut on to the threads that are sticking out of the bottom of the toilet tank. with the Fluid master 400A the flat side goes up facing the tank bottom, Look closely at the above images for the Delta FV95V and Delta RPF95A|
|Click on any image to see a larger image. Notice one side is flat and the other has an indentation, the flat side goes up against the toilet tank, if you install this upside down you will not be able to tighten the water supply line because the nut from the water supply line will rub against the fill valve nut before it gets tight. Make the fill valve nut snug but remember it is plastic don't over do it, it should be tight enough so that you can not move the fill valve with your hand.|
|If you have a supply tube like the one in the first image at the top of this page, you may want to replace it with a metal flexible toilet supply, Don't use the white or gray plastic ones, again don't over tighten the nuts. when you turn the water back on check for leaks, one hour later, check for leaks again. Remember The smallest leak can cause thousands of dollars of damage to you home. Maybe you should have it done by a pro. This is very important DO NOT push the rubber hose down the overflow tube, even if it has the adaptor with the hole in it that the hose fits perfectly in to. YOU MUST use the clip that comes with the fill valve and hook it on to the overflow tube. the tube is long enough so that you can put a loop in the hose, do not cut the hose.|
|Turn on the water and test. Re check the turnoff valve to be sure it did not start leaking as a result of you turning it on and off. If it is, very carefully tighten the packing nut on the valve using two wrenches one to hold the valve so it does not turn and the other to turn the packing nut. please read and understand the disclaimer.|