Question about Jacuzzi BK37959 White Era?? Two-Piece Elongated Toilet BK37
The toilet bowl will not fill very much up
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depending on what the innards look like, you can spend $15 at a home center like Home Depot for a toilet replacement parts kit. They're easy to install (about 30 minutes) and fix most common toilet issues.
If this won't work you might need to contact a plumbing supply company in your area. You'd be surprised what they have in inventory....
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
I have problems with booths of my toilet seat.
When sitting down it move's & every think is tide .
My question is WHY ?????????????? It is also very unsafe, you feel like you will fall of the seat.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
I would just use the one from hardware store. nothing special about the wax from the manufacturer except the price...
be sure to do a thurough cleaning on the bottom of the toilet and make sure it is dry before you install new wax ring or it will leak.
you can actually use a hair dryer or set it in the sun to soften the wax ring, don't melt it, just soften it. makes a much easier time when setting the toilet down onto the wax.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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