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Thread: Reduced Height counter for Toto Aquia

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    DIY Junior Member Ozzmosis's Avatar
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    Default Reduced Height counter for Toto Aquia

    Hello!

    I need to replace the toilets in the house, and want to get the Toto Aquia's but I have a problem in my main bath. The counter top extends over the top of the tank, and is only 31" from the floor. The only way I can make it work, would be to accurately measure the push button location at the top of the tank, and install them into the counter and extend the pushrods into the tank, then make some sort of plug to go inside the tank and around the rods (PVC?)

    Anyway, I was just wondering if anyone has installed them under similar circumstances, and what was done to get around the problem.

    Thanks!
    Cory.

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    Then to repair any parts in the tank what are your plans...
    Toto's are good but even their parts require replacement!

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    Bugger.... Never did think of that.

    They need to build a "Low Profile" Aquia for us unfortunate souls...

    What would be the next best thing to an Aquia? I really like the idea of a dual flush though...

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    Look at the low profile toilets...

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