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Cho Baka
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join:2000-11-23
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reply to ropeguru

Re: How to determine GPF of existing toilet?

That is where I found what appears to be a date. (1992)
I found no other markings.

I considered using the water meter, but it reads in m3, and isn't really precise enough.
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ropeguru
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join:2001-01-25
Mechanicsville, VA

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Was just a thought..


Bob4
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join:2012-07-22
New Jersey
reply to Cho Baka

You could flush multiple times until you get a decent meter reading, then divide by the number of times you flushed.
1 cu meter = 264 gallons