Re: Toto install!
Posted by Jim on November 24, 2002 at 23:35:29:
In response to Re: Toto install!

I solved my problem today and this is what I found:

The tank can leak from the flush valve or the bolt seal and you will notice the drip coming through the bolt holes. There is a universal replacement kit that inculdes the bolts as well as the tank to bowl seal (it is $3 at Home Depot). I replaced tese parts and it solved all of my problems. UNfortunately this was a brand new Toto...


: Good Question!
: I just replaced the wax ring under a two-piece standard tiolet today, and I notice that now there's a drip from the left bolt holding the tank to the bowl. I'm sure the jiggling from this morning worked it a little loose, but I can't get it tighter. Is there a replacement kit or something? Should I just replace the washers?
: Thanks, Jane

: : I installed a toto promenade tonight (2-piece). I am getting a consistent leak between the tank and the bowl. It appears to be at the bolts that mount the tank to the toilet. Exactly how tight should those be? The flush valve seems to be tight, and as far as I can tell, the flush valve gasket is not the source of the leak (the leak will occur with water standing in the bowl). Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

: : Thanks...

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