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Thread: one Piece toilet doesnt match holes

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    What you have there is a somewhat expensive, but unique, flower pot. ANY means you use to bolt it down will be a makeshift process. Underneath it looks quite similar to the "two outlet" toilet someone else inquired about.

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    Let's assume for a moment that you can solve the problem that started this thread and figure out how to get this toilet secured to a flange. What assurance will you have that this will not be constantly clogging a trouble free toilet? There are many toilets around with well known brand names on them that at least do not start out needing improvised installation but don't work well. This thing is a piece of junk and should be treated as such. Sometimes one just can't afford a bargain.

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    I'm still curious about how this is all going to work out.

    The fill valve looks like a Korky 528 without the top cap.

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