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neiceeraegirl

07:46PM | 02/27/05
Member Since: 02/27/05
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Bvplumbing
I pulled the towell off the rack,and the part that fastens to the wall (natrually) fell into the toilet WITH the towell while the toilet was flushing.I grabbed the towell but the big part of metal flushed.I have taken the toilet off and replaced the wax ring b4.How far could that towell holder couldve gone?!It's palm sized standard ********** cheepie.I plan to take the toilet apart tommrow .Any suggestions?The childern think this is Funny.If ya'll have SOME idea how to do this HOLLA!PLEASE!

neiceeraegirl

07:27PM | 02/28/05
Member Since: 02/27/05
2 lifetime posts
I did it!I got the toilet apart and that peice was STUCK!A friend helped by using tin snips and it came out .I put everything back together. This was my first time from start to finish!YEAH !All of you are very talented! I'm pretty proud .Thanks for this board .Hopefully I won't need to have major repairs, but it's a good place.Thanks anyways!

tomh

08:38PM | 02/28/05
Member Since: 07/01/03
550 lifetime posts
My motto when doing dirty work is "it can wait till tomorrow". Glad to see you got the job done in one day. I have 4 bathrooms so, I think if I lost a piece of hardware, I would find a way to put off retrieving it until the wife made it intolerable. Anyway, you are now an official DIY Handyperson.
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