An "unlevel" toilet flange might be a little difficult for a wax ring to seal, but could not in any way be responsible for a tank leak. If the tank is leaking between the tank and bowl, remove the tank, check the tank itself for a crack or defect, then check the flange gasket and tank bolts and gaskets. How do you know your flange is unlevel?
Drip where? However, wear and tear and old age causes it. A drip from a toilet can come from anywhere, it could be a worn out rubber washer, the sealent around the pan connector could be not sealing properly, the cystern or pan could be cracked. Even the inlet water pipes that connect to the toilet could be leaking and may make it out as if the toilet is leaking or dripping.
No, but you might have a problem changing the floor flange 90 degrees so that the toilet could be clamped down again.
Wax ring is leaking. Wasn't thick enough to begin with, bolts were not tightened down enough, bolts broke or rusted off, flange the bolts hook into broke, floor rotted from another leak and let the toilet rock and break the seal on the wax ring. Could be any one of these or two combined.
PVC I assume. If you can get to the pipe, cut it and replace a short section along with the flange. There is a flat steel repair ring that could be screwed down on top of the flange. There are flat repair plates for cast iron flanges that might work. They are about 6 inches long, curved the same radius as the flange and slide under the old flange to give you some place for the anchor bolts to slide into.
Not generally affect it badly, however depending where the leak is , it could rot your bathroom floor.
As long as it is bolted down solid, it does not have to be level. The problem comes from people sitting on it and rocking or trying to lean to make up for the level.
If you can get to the 6 inch cast iron, you could use a rubber coupler between the cast and the flange. If it is in the concrete, put a piece of 4 inch PVC inside the 6 inch and lead it in like you would a regular cast joint. Leave the 4 inch above the floor and slide the flange over it, screw it down and cut the 4 inch flush with the flange. They make just the flange that will slide over the pipe.
Depending on how thick the subfloor is, you can use 2 wax rings and longer bolts. If it is too much for that or you are not comfortable with the idea, you could use another PVC toilet flange, screw it down to the floor with wax ring between it and the old flange. Once the toilet is set and bolted down, as long as there is a seal it will be alright. There isn't any real pressure from the flush to push the wax out if you double them up.
You could contact a local plumber who has had a lot of experience with jobs similar to the one you need done.but you want to make sure they have been a plumber for a long time.
Your marker could be leaking from a small pinhole in your frame, or it could be leaking out of the CO2 adapter itself. you may want to have it checked, if it is a electric marker, you could freeze your circuit board.
Your engine may have a leaking hose connection or a leaking gasket at the water outlet. It could also be a leaking hose.
It could be leaking from a number of places. Some could be a simple fix and others not so simple. Need more info as to where it is leaking.
I would need to know how the pipe you want to use is set. I will guess that it might be horizontal? There is a saddle clamp available that could possible be used. A section of pipe could be cut out and an inlet added. Rubber couplers would be used to connect the two. You also have to consider how and where a toilet would be vented. Is there a vent behind where you are planing to install the toilet and if not can one be added?
Next to the toilet generally, could you be more specific? toilet paper dispensers
its the PCV valve
There could be many causes to a car leaking power steering fluid. There could be a hole in the reservoir, or the seals could be worn or broken.
If it's leaking transmission fluid, could be a bad pump seal. If it's leaking engine oil, could be a bad oil filter, leaking valve cover gasket, leaking intake manifold gasket, leaking oil pressure sender, leaking distributor gasket.
The flapper valve could be leaking, draining the upper tank. Check to see if the rubber has gotten torn or dried out over time. Or part of the flushing chains are getting caught in the mechanism.
wrong stuff placed in the toilet
Passenger side floor? Could be leaking heater core
One sentence could be "Blood was leaking out of them like water from a faucet."
It could be worms.
Coolant lines? Shift linkage? could also be the rear or front seals leaking
Age isn't reason for toilet not flushing. Several things could be wrong for toilet not flushing.