Replace the diaphragmReplace the diaphragm
A common reason for his problem is that the diaphragm is worn and not lifting enough to create a siphoning action. The easiest way to fix this is to drain as much water as possible around the siphon, and then either replace the siphon or take it off and replace just the diaphragm.
Shut the water supply off to the toilet. Flush the toilet. Pull the old flapper out and replace it with the same type. Turn the water back on and test the toilet.
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Most plumbers would charge 2 hours to replace a complete toilet.
Where is it leaking ? Flapper in the tank, replace flapper. Between tank and bowl, separate and replace the seal. Toilet to floor. Replace the wax ring under the toilet, making sure it is thick enough to form a seal and the bolts are installed correctly and holding the toilet down.
seal to stop water from runing into tank located between tank and bowk
replace your pressure plate (diaphragm type), and the clutch. replace your pressure plate (diaphragm type), and the clutch.
You can install the vanity first. Then, install the tile up to the vanity and around the pipe for the toilet. Then, install the toilet. That way, you do not have to replace the tile should you ever have to replace the toilet.
Remove the toilet from the floor, locate the broken tip, and replace the toilet. Don't forget the new wax ring.
You replace the toilet as a whole item. You cannot take a tank from one type and put it on another.
No, you should replace the valve.
With two wrenches
Just replace the ballcock valve..
As far as i know, you cannot buy just the toilet lid. Either you can ask at certain scrap dealers or you will have to buy a new cistern, if only it is a low level. Otherwise if it is a close coupled sytem you will have to replace the entire toilet.
You may need to replace the wax seal under the toilet. It isn't difficult to do, but will take a lot of time.
Maybe. It will depend upon why the toilet is wobbly. It could be simply taking the little 'caps' on the base off and tightening up the bolts that are there. If one of the bolts is broken, you can replace the bolt, which would allow you to tighten it up. It it is because the floor is rotted out under the toilet, you would have to remove the toilet, replace the sub-flooring and reseat the toilet. Replacing the wax seal may also help. If the toilet seat ring on the sewer pipe is broken, it will take an experience plumber to replace it and set it up correctly.
Replace the fill valve.
It takes about 10 or 11 minutes
It's fairly difficult as you need to replace a seal thing and turn the water off.
The toilet wax ring is probably cracked and leaking.You have to drain and remove the toilet to replace the wax ring below it.Hope this helps!
Not necessarily: it depends on the condition of the toilet seat. If the landlord wants to attract a new tenant to rent his property to, it would be best for him to replace the toilet seat if it's not in good shape, because one of the worst detractors of tenants is a broken toilet seat.
Take the toilet off and check the WAX RING..replace the wax ring