Toilet Replacement

 
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Post by k-2 » Sat. Oct. 01, 2022 9:36 am

Rob R. wrote:
Sat. Oct. 01, 2022 8:21 am
You certainly can't beat the price, especially if you buy a few at a time from Home Depot. The only part I don't like is a quick web search showed that the parts that normally fail are only available directly from Niagra. If it was the only toilet in the house or in a heavy-use application that might be something to consider.
I havnt needed any parts in about the 10 -15 yrs i have it. Im sure i will eventually but i dont put anything in the tank ,any type of cleaner. We have 3 baths so there always a second or third choice.

 
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Post by nut » Sat. Oct. 01, 2022 12:04 pm

The $100 Glacier Bay toilets work well just for the record. At least they were $100, haven't checked lately.

 
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Post by Rob R. » Wed. Jul. 12, 2023 8:10 am

So far we are having one of the most humid summers I can remember. Zero issues with condensation/sweating on the new toilet. Also, the plunger has not been needed since the toilet was installed. Overall it was a great upgrade for the house.


 
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Post by tsb » Wed. Jul. 12, 2023 9:01 am

Always good to have an update.

 
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Post by davidmcbeth3 » Wed. Jul. 12, 2023 4:03 pm

Rob R. wrote:
Wed. Jul. 12, 2023 8:10 am
So far we are having one of the most humid summers I can remember. Zero issues with condensation/sweating on the new toilet. Also, the plunger has not been needed since the toilet was installed. Overall it was a great upgrade for the house.
Did you tell your horses that the could not use the toilet anymore ? Or the wife quit feeding you, nothing in-nothing out.

I have a weird plumbing issue with pipe banging that popped up this week...still investigating.

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