Toilet Installation Made Easy in Five Steps

Construction worker installing a bidet in a bathroom.

In addition to the color and style that matches your bathroom or powder room, you want to consider a few more points. Here are five easy steps to install your next toilet installation.

(1) Strength in Specifications: This is a measurement from the wall to the middle of the outlet. Usually they come in sizes 10″, 12″ and 14″. The standard is 12″ but the measurement must be made.

(2) Toilet foot mold: If you deal with an overhaul above the existing floor covering, you might want to refer to the specifications for the area to be covered by the toilet. For new construction or new floor choices, it is also a good idea to have a reference so that the floor is close enough to the ring on the toilet Flensa.

(3) Height of the toilet: The toilet is not only marketed to people who need it. This new term is “high comfort”. Higher people, parents and all other types move towards a higher toilet that you do not have to go down as far as sitting.

(4) Longing/round front: elongated has a larger “target area” for younger family members. Some disadvantages are that some people do not like the appearance and if the bathroom is smaller or even an average size, the bowl may protrude to the point on the road.

Before you start: Observe all pipelines and local buildings. Check carefully to the new toilet for damage. If the existing toilet does not have a supply closure value under the tank, install one before installing a new toilet.

Attention: Risk of personal injury or product damage. Handle carefully. Chinese vitreous can break or chip if bolts and nuts are too tightened or if the product is handled carelessly.

Installation Instructions

Step 1: Remove the old toilet

Turn off the water supply. Flush the toilet, and the remaining water. Remove the connection connection with the water supply. Remove the old bolt lid, toilet, and T-bolt, and rub the old wax seal from the closet flesh.

Enter a new T-bolt. If the installation of a new toilet is postponed, cover the FLENSA hole with a cloth.

Step 2: Install a new bowl

Record model number in the homeowner guide. From the bottom of the bowl, press the new candle seal around the bowl outlet. Remove the temporary cloth (if used) from the closet flesh.

Attention: Risk of external leakage. Do not lift or rock the bowl after placement – If you break the waterproof seal, you must install a new candle seal. Align and lower the bowl on the closet and T-Bauts flexa. Apply full weight around the bowl rim to adjust the seal. Don’t collect washing machines and metal beans on T-bolt today.

Please cover the bolt lid in the “top” position above each T-bolt. Secure washing machines and beans for each T-BAUT.

Attention: Risk of product damage. When cutting excessive B-bolt length, protect the surface of vitreous porcelain from a saw knife exposure.

If the T-bolt extends more than ¼”(6mm) above the nut, cut the excess. Pinch the bolt cover to each base of the bolt lid.

Step 3: Install the tank

With three tank bolts, pre-racist through the gasket hole, position the tank in the bowl by focusing the gasket in the inlet of the bowl. Install the washing machine and nuts to the tank bolt. Tighten the three beans so that the tank is flat. Make sure the beans are tight enough to reach the waterproof seal.

Step 4: Connect the supply

Connect the supply closure valve to the toilet supply calf. Open the shut-off valve supply slowly and check the leak. Install the toilet chair. The test watering the toilet several times. Check the leak regularly for several days after the installation.

Step 5: Adjustment

Adjust the surface of the tank water to the water channel which is marked by squeezing and shifting the Clip-C on the float stem. To increase the water level, slide the clip-C up. To reduce the water level, slide the C-klip down.

Installation Instructions

Toilet installation is a very simple job and you need very few products besides what is in the box; But here are some things that must be replaced while in the area.

Candle rings: cheap and good ideas to replace, even if you take off the toilet and put it back to the same Flensa. Note: Horched rings are easier to line up and help prevent leakage.

Toilet Bolts: also cheap; But you don’t need to replace this unless you have to cut the old one. Kuningan is rusty and difficult to manage. Note: Try a plastic model. The plumber in Katy gave them a good review.

Supply Line: When you work in the area, supply paths can vary from the toilet to the toilet and can be old and cracked. Change, and save the possibility of headaches on the road. Note: The braided line works very well. They are flexible and add a neat appearance to the room.

Dry run in the installation. If the bowl and tank is not connected, adjust the bowl in its place. Make sure the footsteps cover the floor area that is open and does not vibrate excessively. When installing a two -piece toilet, after you put the bowl, place the tank above to make sure you have the right permission behind the bowl, and on all sides.

Note: Write down the tank number and bowl at the bottom of the tank cover for references in the future.

If you are not sure of your workmanship and you think you might have a leak, turn off the water after filling the tank. If there is a leak, you will only have one water tank on the floor, not an endless supply. When installing a two -piece toilet, you can connect the tank to the bowl before adjusting the toilet. When there are two parts, lighter and easier to move. However, connecting the tank to the bowl is much easier when the bowl is not bolted to the floor. Remember to tighten the tank bolts evenly.


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