05:57AM | 03/03/03
Member Since: 03/02/03
1 lifetime posts
Installed new toilet, and have leak between the tank and bowl. have tried reseating a couple of times and still have leak while flushing.

Does anything obvious come to mind immediately that I might be missing or need to check.

No leak at base of toilet at flange area, but could the bowl/tank leak be somehow related to flange/bowl seating? I'm going on the conclusion that i'm good at that point, but should i re-evaluate that area also.

Can't figure out what is causing the leak, unless i'm just not getting the tank set properly. Any thoughts?


05:07AM | 03/04/03
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
The seating of the bowl to the tank is probably the culprit. Also, make sure the 2 bolts are snug, sealed, and equally positioned so that the top of the tank is level.


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