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Product was fine, but nearly impossible to install due to poor design and quality of the Kohler one piece toilets!
I have a one piece Kohler toilet. It has been leaking water into the bowl. Changing the flapper did not help. I decided it maybe bad/old rubber seal between the flush valve and the tank. Decided to buy the Kohler 83095 valve. I was choosing between this one and the 83650 that is twice as expensive as the 83095. And I cannot find good description on 83650 (though I have some idea looking at the photo) to justify the cost.Installing the 83095 took some strength as you have to push down hard and then twist in order to make sure the rubber has a good seal with the toilet. After a few tries, I got it install, and it is working fine since. The next time I may try the 83650. It uses 3 metal prongs and screws to tighten the fit. I believe this way, you do not have to use force as with the 83095. Yes, twice as much cost, but for several years of use, should be worth it. Wish Kohler / Faucet Depot can provide better description of the products.
My Kohler one piece toilet has a leak. After finding the flapper is not the problem (change flapper and the leak still exist), I decided to change the flush valve, suspecting the rubber / foam seal was too old. There are two types listed in Faucet Depot... the 83095 and 83650 (more expensive by about $20). I bought the 83095. Installation is a little difficult, mainly in exerting sufficient force in pushing the rubber seal down, turning and locking the flush valve. There is not a lot of room in the tank. After a few tries, I managed to accomplish the install. And the leak is fixed. The flush valve works great.The more expensive 83650 valve uses 3 screws and taps to hold down the rubber seal against the bottom of the toilet tank. With this design, the install should be much easier, without the use of force. If I have to replace the flush valve again, I likely would try this type of flush vale.