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Newly installed but the tank leans forward, not parallel to the wall.

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Are the tank to bowl bolts tight enough? Loosen the bolts, turn the tank where you need it, and tighten the bolts up until the tank is secure, not moving, and upright.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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