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Toilet operating lever for multiple applications










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6092245.

A universal-fit, multiple-application molded thermoplastic operating lever for a flush toilet, the toilet having a buoyant flush valve flapper, tank ball or activating disk utilizing flexible connection chain for momentarily lifting the flush valve by manual operation of the lever, in which the lever incorporates a repeating sequence of different attachment points each suitable for a different toilet installation, each sequence including an intentionally weakened cut-off point which the installer can sever using ordinary hand tools, with the lever having a cruciform cross section and being made of molded alpha butyl styrene (ABS) so that the installer may bend the lever by hand up to about 45.degree. from its as-molded shape.








 
 
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