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    Default Happy D Toilet, Duravit

    I'm looking at purchsing the Happy D toilet, as it has a 10" rough in and is stylish. The problem I have is that there is a water pressure valve coming out of the wall where the end of the unit should be on the ight side.

    I was wondering whether its possible to cut part of the wall of the toilet to allow for the pipes (the come out aaprox 4 ", which would need to be cut).

    Please advise, if you have experienced a similar issue or whether I need to look for an alternative unit.

    Thanks

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    Retired Defense Industry Engineer jadnashua's Avatar
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    Cutting into a porcelain toilet is almost certainly going to produce cracks, if not immediately, then in the near future. Either move the water supply or choose a different toilet.
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    i have a Happy D toilet.

    Your question is about the porcelain used to make toilets. Not about the Happy D.

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    Move the pipe.

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