How to Install a Toilet in 1 Hour or Less
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Lorene Evans on Jan 05, 2019
We had our toilets replaced. Our problem was the oval toilets are too long out in the front to fit in our 1960’s spaces. Plus, we wanted higher, handicapped type toilets. Our plumber was able to find round high, handicapped type toilets that fit perfectly in our spaces. He had to search, but they are out there. We are really enjoying our time in the bathroom now.
Lori Gilbert on Apr 16, 2020
I don't need to replace my toliet but somehow the toliet has shifted over just in the back about1/2 inch so somehow I need to straighten it back out so that its straight again. The cover doesn't fit on the back anymore because of this small shift of the toliet. I can't afford to pay someone to come and fix it as I am an older person on disability so that means a fixed income. So I am wondering how I can personally do this myself like I said it's kinda like turned just a bit in the back and just needs to be turned back so I can once again put the lid on the back of my toliet. I have a very small bathroom so I purchased a stand to put on top of the toliet to put towels on but the skinney little legs won't fit in because of the toliet being turned just a bit. My toliet and sink are about just over an inch apart thats the problem if the toliet was straight I could put the stand in there just perfect. Could someone please tell me how I can fix this. Thank You so very very much. Lori