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Are you tired of holding down the handle for 10 minutes just to get your toilet to flush? Or, have the unsightly cracks in the porcelain finally annoyed you long enough? Replacing or repairing your toilet can be a huge undertaking, but if you know what you’re doing there’s really nothing to it. Whether you need to only replace parts of your toilet or the whole thing, the step-by-step articles in this section can help you get the job done.
Here we offer general instructions and precautions for roughing in, as well as installation procedures for tying into your present drain waste vent and supply systems. When all the roughing it has been completed and you are ready to assemble your toilet, your rough plumbing should resemble that shown here.

Most Common Mistakes

  • Violating or ignoring local code restrictions.
  • Using pipes that are too small.
  • Attaching copper to galvanize without using a brass or dielectric fitting between the two.