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    I had the plumber do it. I needed some other things done, they were going to be here...I just let them do it.

    I really wanted to be here, but couldn't coordinate the schedule of when I was available and when they were. This was probably for the best because I'm sure I would have been hovering.

    I'm very happy with it so far.

    I'm not sure that the level is set properly for the smaller flush...I don't see a whole lot of difference between the two. (But I'm coming from a 3+gallon flush...so they're both a lot different than that.) I'm going to investigate this weekend.

    Thanks to all here.

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    Thank you! I already am really happy with my new toilet and washlet seat.

    -Ann T
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    Toto Aquia CST464MF with SW554 Washlet

    Last edited by Terry; 05-20-2009 at 01:09 PM.

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    TOTO CST416M

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    I've read through the Aquia thread but didn't find an answer to the exact question I have.

    I recently removed my Aquia II so I could paint the wall behind it. To remove the toilet I removed the setting bolts and then just pulled the toilet up. It came out extremely easily and cleanly. The bottom of the trapway just popped off the gasket at the outlet flange. So my question is: when I re-install the toilet, can I just set it back on the gasket and bolt it back down, or do I have to remove the outlet flange and put in a new wax ring below?

    If it's not obvious, I had a plumber install the toilet so I'm not sure about the proceedure to put it back. From what I"ve been told, you always have to put a new wax ring on, but when I removed this toilet, the connection at the outlet flange seemed so clean, and the wax ring is underneath the flange (which I didn't remove) that I'm wondering if it needs a new wax ring.
    Last edited by ahr2000; 05-26-2009 at 07:55 AM. Reason: add info

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    If you didn't remove the Unifit rough from the floor, then you do not need to do anything just push the toilet back into the gasket.

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    Great -that's the answer I was hoping for!
    THanks.

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    We just bought two dual flush toilets and, not having seen the bottom side of the toilet, went ahead and bought two waxless rings to install them. Now that I have seen the system Toto uses I'm wondering if it is possible to use the waxless ring? Anyone done this? How?

    Thanks!

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    The Waxless seal should work too.

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    How will the waxless work? Do we just bolt the gray plastic plate from Toto to the floor over the waxless insert and then place the bowl over that? We are having a hard time understanding how the red gasket on the waxless system will seal to the gray part from Toto. Are you sure this will work??

    Y.

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    Default Fill valve issue --toilet is running

    We had two Toto Aquia installed 1 1/2 years ago. Now one is constantly running. I followed the procedures for cleaning the flush valve and fill valve, but it seems to be an issue with the float not shutting off the water.

    Is there something else I should try before just replacing the fill valve?

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    Replacing the assembly cap with these instructions

    www.terrylove.com/korky


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    Default Special Buy for Toto CST414M-12


    I picked up a few of the Toto Aquia I CST414M-12 in Beige/Biscuit in the Seattle area for $299.99 each.

    I normally sell the white for $319.00 and the Beige for $364.99

    TOTO Aquia I, CST414M-12 Sedona Beige to match Kohler Biscuit or American Standard Linen

    These can be picked up in Bothell or installed in the Seattle area for a little more.

    Order here

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    Default Thanks for stopping the running toilet

    Terry,

    Thanks for the advice. Since I'm 2300 miles from Seattle I went to one of the big warehouse stores near me and found the cap for $2.37. Five minutes after I was home the toilet was silent.

    Thanks again.

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    I'm sorry but which toilet seat do you order with your Aquia II?

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