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Old 10-13-2012, 07:29 AM   #16
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Loose Toilet Question (With Pics)


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Originally Posted by tomberlins View Post
So after further inspection I realized that my floor was pretty unlevel (72 year old home). So I did use 2 small pieces of carpenter shims and it worked perfectly.

New problem is the boot that connects the tank to the bowl is leaking now - good grief....
always something, eh? you can remove the tank from the bowl and replace those parts, making sure to clean all surfaces


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