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American Standard

American Standard 047242-0990A Left Hand Plastic Trip Lever, Polished Brass

4.3
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Dhs. 204.00
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Description

  • 12" (305mm) rough-in
  • Elongated one-piece siphon action jetted bowl
  • Rim height 15"
  • Fully glazed 2" trapway
  • Fitted tank cover

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Customer Reviews

This trip lever did not fit. I went to ...American Standard 047242-0990A Left Hand Plastic Trip Lever, Polished Brass This trip lever did not fit.I went to Booze Plumbing and bought a chrome lever and it fit. Both levers had the number 047242 on the package but the one from Amazon did not fit. It had too much of an angle. I am still looking for the polished brass lever but I guess the chrome one will work for now.1"American Standard" toilet uses nonstandard, poor quality parts - way to represent AmericaThis product is very expensive for what it is: a few cheap molded plastic parts. But it was the only tank handle I could find with that crazy angled lever that fits my American Standard toilet. The plastic nut that holds the handle level against the side of the toilet keeps coming loose every few months, and I'm pretty tired of fumbling around in the tank to fix it. The nut is finally stripped and it's time to get a replacement - again. This handle lasted all of two years. I have also had to replace the flush valve and flapper, all in that same time span; neither was compatible with a standard part from Home Depot. Next time I'll pay a little more upfront and a get a toilet that's easier to repair (and perhaps doesn't break so often)!1Do not buyI have bought 3 of these and installed them for the purpose of changing my handle to brass instead of the original chrome handle. ALL HAVE FAILED/BROKEN. The last one I installed lasted less than 2 weeks. All 3 broke at the base of the arm inside the tank. These handles are easy to install and look good but are made with inferior plastic arms. These need to be taken off the market.1The flush arm is at a 45 deg angleI bought this to replace a handle that broke and was replaced with a generic one. For the most part it should be OK, but the flush arm is at a 45 degree angle and gets stuck under the filler arm control. I tried to bend it enough to work and broke it, so I reinstalled the generic one and it works again.If the 45 degree arm is OK for you, then this should work fine. If not, don't buy it.2Flimsy. Designed to fail.These are no better than the originals. They are flimsy plastic. Have repaired two of the originals by drilling a hole through the arm at the bend into the handle and epoxied it in place. Alternatively, have drilled a hole mounted a metal spindle (screw will do) and used 3/8"" copper tubing that was crimped to create new arm and epoxied in place over the spindle. One of the first two repaired ones and the second crimped tube repaired one are going on 23 years after failing after about 5 years. Bought 2 of these for the one remaining toilet that further failed after using the first repair method. The handle was too shattered to realistically repair it again after lasting about 15 years after being repaired. Reinforced this handle with epoxy at the bend where the originals failed. Lasted about 3 years. Bought 2 so threw that one in. Will repair that one as described and order one more just in case. Just hate planned obsolescence (guess this is American Standard's printer cartridge business model). At least it is not an I-phone battery.2Here's a tipThis handle worked just fine on a Cadet II toilet - it just needed a little chain-length adjustment, which is to be expected. TIP: The retaining nut on the inside of the assembly (both old and new) is a left-hand thread, meaning it loosens clockwise and tightens counter-clockwise. Wish I'd known when I started, but it all worked out.5A perfect fit for a 4070 Tank, the lever arm is at a 45 degree angle to the handle.It's hard to see in the picture for the white version, but this is the 45 degree handle for the 4070 tank, with the flush on the left when facing the toilet. The tank number, as someone so nicely pointed out in the Q&A, is in the upper rear right inside the tank. I replaced one of these years ago with a cheap generic bend to fit handle and regretted it. This is what you want if you are replacing an existing handle.4Only handle that fits our stupid toilet :)We have a stupid toilet that requires this type of handle. You can't simply buy them at Home Depot - they always have to be ordered. This arrived on time and will work until the bar snaps at which point I'll be ordering another one.5Angled/ Offset Toilets are an abominationfor those of you who enjoy angled/offset toilets i really hope you also enjoy stepping on lego pieces because finding a simple toilet flush handle for this piece of garbage toilet was agonizingly difficult. I'm looking at you, Home Depot.works flawlessly, for three times the price of what a toilet handle should cost.5Different Design than OriginalBought this as a replacement for my American Standard toilet. The handle part matches the old but the arm protrudes so that it's more centered over the flap, not toward the front of the tank like the old one. This results in an operation where I now have to hold the handle down to get a complete flush. Not the worst thing but the original worked better. The plastic handle cracked on the old one I had and there's no swapping. Otherwise, it fit perfectly.4This is a hard to find part and many of the big box stores like, Home Depot does not sell this exact part Yup. It flushes alright. What more can I say than that. This is a hard to find part and many of the big box stores like, Home Depot does not sell this exact part. The generic kits sold at the hardware stores simply do not my American Standard toilet. This handle replaces the original handle that came with my toilet. 5
American Standard 047242-0990A Left Hand Plastic Trip Lever, Polished Brass

American Standard 047242-0990A Left Hand Plastic Trip Lever, Polished Brass

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
Dhs. 204.00
Sale price
Dhs. 204.00
Regular price
Dhs. 340.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (Dhs. 136.00)