|Posted by hj on February 28, 2002 at 23:10:08:|
|In response to Re: Case 3000 toilet replacement|
If you remove the "hanger bar" and install the upper bolts in the carrier, you can use a standard wall mount toilet. This may not fit your definition of not a lot of modifications. However, you currently have the one of the best toilets ever made and the tank should be able to be repaired easily, if not inexpensively.
: We have two Case 3000 toilets in a house we just bought that was built in the early 60's (designed by an engineer, it has all kinds of interesting "features"). Both of these leak/run from the tank to the bowl pretty significantly, and they both elicit ominous creaking sounds from the walls on which they are mounted when any weight is applied to them. I'd like to replace these with "regular" (i.e. touching the floor) toilets, but I would also like to not have to cut new holes in the tile and floor and re-route all the plumbing (and by that I mean hiring someone who knows what they are doing to do it... *heh*). Is there some other model of "back flush" toilet that I could fit into the current plumbing without a whole lot of modifications?
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