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    Default Leaky Toilet Connector

    I had a leaky toilet, I realized it was the toilet connector. I replaced the toilet connector. No luck, I thought it was a faulty new connector. Now I am on my third connector (two different companies). They all can't be faulty. It really looks like it coming from the place where connector connects to the toilet, but I don't know anymore. I tried with and wihout teflon tape. The original connector had metal nut, the new ones are all hand tighten plastic ones. I dont what to do, anybody have any suggestions?

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    What brand and model is the toilet?

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    It is an American Standard. I dont the model number, maybe 3021. It is a one piece bowl and tank.

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    Default my 3 cents

    Are you sure you don't have a hair line crack in the tank?

    Now I'm gonna get in trouble with someone here

    I have been there what finally stopped the leak was RECTOR seal

    on everything Now the firing squad

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    Are you sure it's not a bad fill valve thread?

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