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I have a crane toilet and the tank cracked....where is the model number marked......

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Inside the tank on the back wall.

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Loosing water from insulated crane toilet tank


The fill tube may have a crack in it. I am referring to the plastic tube where the water runs in from a small rubber tube connected to the fill valve to refill the bowl after you flush it also serves as an overflow tube in case the water level gets too high. a crack will allow water from the tank to run into the bowl bypassing the flapper. checks this and replace if necessary. hope this helps.
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Toilet tank cracked


You can find a replacement tank on the manufactures website. However, if it's not leaking or leaking very little you can cover the crack, on the inside of the tank, with an epoxy compound. There is a whole lot of pressure on the inside of a tank and typically when they crack it shows up as a very slow leak as the water seeps through the crack. When using the epoxy don't try to put it just in or on the crack. Seal an area a couple inches either side of the crack. These are usually hair line cracks and you won't necessarily be able to see the entire area of damage.

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My Crane toilet is slowly leaking into the bowl. It is not the flapper (which I replaced) and doesn't seem to be from high water pressure. Could it be the seal?


Check your over flow pipe in the tank to see if you need to lower the water level amount in the tank. If thats not it, it could be the seal thats under your flapper between the tank and base. Simple fix just alittle time consuming

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We have a crane toilet that worked perfectly and now it just wont quit running and water is leaking out the side how do i fix this im tired of shutting off the water to the toilet after it fills up


It sounds like it is running constantly because of the leak. Where is the leak, at the bottom, around the plastic nuts underneath or is there a crack in the tank? Let me know.
Fix the leak and will have fixed the running problem

Jul 09, 2010 | Crane Plumbing 3755 Toilet-To-Go Metro...

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Tilet want flush no pressure when depressing


Take off the top lid and look at the flush handle mechanism. You'll see a not that holds it onto the tank. Tighten the nut so it is snug. Don't overtighten it or you could crack the tank. Next inspect the chain that goes between the end of the flush handle rod and the flapper valve. It should lift the flapper all the the way up when you operate the handle.

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Crane toilets don't flush properly, ball comes down too quickly


adjust the flappers-- either adjust the length of the lift line-from flapper to handle and or the flapper itself not properly mounted on tank seat

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Broken tank


The numbers you need should be stamped into the porcelain under the cover. Bring those numbers to your nearest plumbing supply house and they will be able to help you. Good luck.

Dec 28, 2009 | Crane Plumbing 3755 Toilet-To-Go Metro...

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WATER TANK CRACKED. IS IT DEFECTIVE?


There are a few things that could have happened.

Your tank could have froze and cracked.

The tank bolts could have been overtightened and cracked the tank.

Someone jarred the tank and got a crack started.

The tanks are porcelain and if you hit it with a hammer, it would break easily.

Since it has made it since 1972, I'm pretty sure that it is not a factory defect.

If I am leaving for an extended period of time, I always shut off the main water supply to the house. There are a lot of things that could leak and if you aren't there, they could leak a lot of water before catching it.


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