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1674 Loose Toilet - Plumbing - Toilets
 
1674 Loose Toilet - Plumbing - Toilets -

Image Text: A: check to see if tank is well secured to bowl > tank > potential leakage area > toilet bowl > B: check to see if toilet is well secured to the floor > trap > floor > wax ring > toilet flange > potential leakage area > if toilet is not well secured, the wax ring can become compressed and allow water to escape from the toilet flange/toilet connection > drain

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