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Where’s My American Standard Model Number?
So you’re looking to find your American Standard model number? Unfortunately, this isn’t always an easy task. But if you still have the box your American Standard product came in, you’ll see the model number displayed on the outside. Otherwise, you’ll need to remove the fixture and search for numbers inside of the housing or base, which is not always easy to do.
If you have an American Standard toilet, you’ll be happy to learn the model number is always located inside the tank, near the water line.
The format of the model number will be all numbers, displayed in the following ways: XXXX, XXXX.XXX, or XXXX.XXX.XXX.
If it’s just reasonable or possible for you to completely remove the fixture to find the model number, we recommend either trying to match up your model on the American Standard website or calling us to see if we can match it up on our end. You can reach us, toll free, at (866) 802-6383.
American Standard Repair Resource
Let’s face it, even with regular maintenance and great care, your American Standard fixture could still break down at some point in its lifetime. This could come at the hands of mother nature (i.e. vines, burst pipes) or human error (your children). Either way, you’ll need to get it fixed. Don’t take it to a repair shop, repair it yourself with the parts and resources available at eReplacementParts.com!
We make it easy to order and fix any problem that could come up. Check out our extensive repair resources below.
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Your Bathroom’s Centerpiece
The American Standard story began in the late 1800s when Theodor Ahrens and Henry Ott started manufacturing plumbing and steam fitting materials. Over the next 100 years, American Standard pioneered countless plumbing designs, including, one-piece toilets, built-in tubs, combination faucets, and tarnish-proof, corrosion-proof finishes for brass fittings. Their mix of style and functionality produces some of the best fixtures on the market.