Re: Wall Outlet Toilet
Posted by Jeff on April 01, 1999 at 11:22:11:
In response to Re: Wall Outlet Toilet
You're not kidding. American Standards swears that this is the way it's supposed to work.
I hooked everything up last night and no leaks thus far. I used the sealant that came with the gasket. If I have problems,
I'm going to Goop it.

: The gasket had better seal to the flange if you do not want a leak. There is only one flange and you have the correct one

: : I'm installing an American Standard Yorkville EL wall outlet toilet. I've got the neoprene gasket as
: : recommended, but can't seem to figure out how this is going to work. The gasket goes on the toilet's
: : horn with no problem, but when you hold the gasket up against the closet flange on the wall you can see
: : that it's going to sit on the surface of the flange. My concern is that since there's a small depression(the
: : opening tapers down to pipe width) in the flange that the waste will collect in there. Is there a different
: : type of flange that doesn't have this depression(groove)?




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