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Old 11-20-2011, 11:48 AM   #1
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Actually slightly more work with new. The additional work with the new would be hauling it home, unpacking it from the box, and assembling.

With the existing, just move it to the new location, then it would be ready to install.

There is also the "nasty factor". No telling what might be under an old toilet including smell. A new would be spotlessly clean!

Although you can take an old toilet outside, spray the bottom with bleach, then spray with the hose and brush clean. Then not so bad to install...

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