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Thread: Damaged 1905 ejecto

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    DIY Junior Member
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    Default Damaged 1905 ejecto

    Dear Forum -
    During a recent remodel, our bathroom floor was flooded ( disaster relief was supposed to help but de-hu overflowed). When our 1905 Ejecto was pulled, it was damaged. There is a piece where it connected to the wall that the plumber said couldn't be ordered. He then stuck a pink beast from the 60's in there.....not our style. The company is willing to repair or replace, but I can't find a vintage plumber in my town. I will try to photo damaged part. Are these toilets for sale somewhere? I have looked online, to no avail. Any ideas? Or thoughts on where to begin with the estimate?Love our old house and toilet...would love to fix it.
    Thanks much

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    A photo would help, hard to tell without seenig.

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