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Old 05-17-2011, 10:32 PM   #1
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Re-bedding a P trap WC which is wobbly.


Hi there, I installed a new WC on the weekend on a tiled / concrete floor. Now installed the WC still rocks a little. If I were to remove the pan etc, do I need to cement it in or can I use a circle of sealant to bed it on? Thanks for listening.

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Pull the toilet again---temporarily set in place without the wax ring---use toilet wedges to get it level--

Lift toilet off and reset with a new wax ring----trim wedges---caulk in the wedges so they stay put--done--

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Hi there, I installed a new WC on the weekend on a tiled / concrete floor. Now installed the WC still rocks a little. If I were to remove the pan etc, do I need to cement it in or can I use a circle of sealant to bed it on? Thanks for listening.
Is the toilet flange screwed to the floor? If it is and it's just the toilet rocking on an unlevel floor, shimming(plastic) as Mike suggests should do the trick.
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