Question 1: Is it possible to mix and match toilet bowls and toilet tanks?
Answer: Different models like toilets based on gravity and pressure assisted can not be mixed and matched. But some of the models can be mixed and matched. Different capacity toilets can not be mixed at all.
Question 2: Is it safe to use chlorine and other cleaners in the toilet tank?
Answer: It is not safe to use chlorine and other type of cleaners as this may harm your toilet by damaging the toilet tank parts.
Question 3: Why does my toilet tank wobble?
Answer: If your toilet tank wobbles then remove the tank cover and apply a level on the top of toilet tank and then put the tank evenly. Then using a screwdriver secures the tank on bowl and level.
Question 4: What does a 10-inch, 12-inch and 14-inch toilet rough-in mean?
Answer: For knowing your rough-in dimension, measure from the centre of toilet bolt holes to your finished wall. Usually all of the best toilets are made to accommodate a 12″ rough-in. But if you have less space then you can opt for 10″ rough-in toilet. On the other side if your toilet is in the centre of your bathroom then 14″ rough-in toilet may be the best solution.
Question 5: What is the solution if toilet leaks water onto the floor?
Answer: If your toilet is leaking water to the floor, then first check if coupling nut is properly tightened and there are no cracks or holes in the supply tube. If this is ok the leaking may occur due to invisible crack in the water control. In that case you need a replacement.
Question 6: What should I do if there is a hairline crack on my toilet tank at the bottom right corner?
Answer: For this you should try a product called plumbers goop. Just follow the direction as given on the product after draining out the toilet tank. This way you extend the life of your toilet by some years.
Question 7: My toilet flapper has formed a vacuum seal and it requires me to apply all my weight on the handle flush it. What is the solution to this problem?
Answer: This generally happens when someone replaces the flapper with new one. The possible solution can be in changing the flapper style. If you use rubber flapper then try plastic framed flapper and vice versa. Sometimes just a change of brand may help (seems funny but it may work!!!).
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