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Cantilevered toilets coming loose from wall.

We have anumber of cantilevered toilets in our new court house and the ones that are handicap accessible seem to be loosening up and causing a wall problem. Could this be due to the required height of handicap naccessible toilets being 17-19" off the floor or could the bolts that secure it to the concrete slab (in the wall) be too small. Thanks...

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Could be the ring that holds the bolt is broken. or the secure ring was not install correctly. it should be bolted to the floor and the toilet is bolted to the ring.
you need to take it off and resecrued the ring and the toilet. make sure the toilet is set square on the floor, any unevenness will loosen the toilet.

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