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Replacing "guts" of a toilet

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I had some water issues a few months back that shot sediment into all of the pipes in my house, which blocked all of the water from flowing into all areas of the pipe. I drained and cleaned all of the pipes out and the water works better then ever. This is except the toilets in my house. I believe the sediment got into the "guts" (for the lack of a better term) of the toilet and needs to be replaced.

Being a new home owner, I was not sure how involved this project would be or should I call on a professional? I am looking for any and all suggestions on how to fix this without buying anything. Thanks everone.

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Being a plumber, I'd have to say that installing a new Fluidmaster fill valve is one of the easiest DIY projects for a newbie to start off on. Go for it. "You can do it....we can help." Wait...didnt someone say that on TV once? :laughing:
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