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I have a American Standard toilet dated 1996, and it has an elongated seat. The original invoice refers to this as color = mink. I can't tell if it is your light mink or dark mink. Can you advise me the correct color to order? thanks Paul
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hve an American Standard yellow toilet 4049 #1421675 - It is difficult to tell by photos what color is best...I ordred a Bemis yellow which looked perfect i the photo - the real thing is lighter than the photo and tank...I see they have a harvest gold - and also another two yellows all of which don't look perfect...Is there any way to tell with the numbers that I've shared which I would need...the current one has never been changed and the bottom looks like boat barnacles!!!
4049, F4049 is a common tank number for the Cadet model 1962 - 1982. 1421675 is a mystery. We have seats for all the American Standard colors, so we have your color (color name.) The confusion you describe is precisely why our Color Identification Service above was born and why it is a good value. American Standard's color name for gold was Autumn Gold. Four other manufacturers called it Harvest Gold. It's the same color under different names. There are no numbers or markings on the product indicating the color name.
House built in 1995; brand name of toilet not known, but need a replacement round plastic green seat. Not sure what name of color is...May be "Sea Mist" green? How can I order right one?
Without a manufacturer's brand name, we cannot pinpoint your color name. However, we can send you samples of ALL the greens for EACH manufacturer in our program (13) circa 1995. Copy your question above, begin a Color Identification Service order above. During the payment process, paste your question into the Notes field. We will postal mail the samples. It is possible you will find a color that matches your toilet. Certainly, you will find a color that is very close. Follow the brand of the color name in our Color-To-Match seats collection.
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Our American Standard toilet was made Sept 27, 1973. The contact person at American Standard identified it as in the Cadet Series from the info on the tank. She said the color would have been fawn beige or bone. It is a darker beige. We need to replace the toilet and wanting to match color as other bath fixtures are the same color. Please advise.
Take the tank lid or a bolt cap from near the floor to a plumbing fixture showroom. ...Preferably an American Standard dealer. They will be able to advise the availability of current production toilets and their colors. (We don't sell new toilets.) Study our handling tips before removing the tank lid. If the bolt cap does not come easily, don't force it. You can get rebulid internal parts for your exisitng toilet from our fulfillment affiliate. 603-249-9100.
Our house was built in 1978. The American Standard bathroom fixtures are a beige with a pink tint. I'm trying to find out the color.
We can find out your toilet color name through our fee-based service here. Enter payment and you will receive an email reply explaining the process and the next step.
I have a American Standard toilet. (F2005 36/ APR-11-1958/P 58 MADE in USA) It is Pink but I don't know if I should order the Venetian Pink or Coraline SEAT to match. Should I use your Color Identification Service?
Corallin was produced up to 1963 so that would be your color name for 1958. (Venetian Pink started in 1963.)
Elmer corner toilet needs new seat year 1984. It is cocoa color, like hot chocolate. I thought it might be Tuscan but not sure.
Eljer produced Cocoa from 1982 - 1991. Their color number was 41. It was a milk chocolate brown. Tuscan Tan is a different color.