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The water is leaking from the wall of the 1st floor of my home, i suspect that this is happening from the toilet above it. but the water is leaking on only one side of the wall. give me the solutions for this problem

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Does it leak all the time or just when you flush it? It could be just the wax gasket has given out and is letting water by when it flushes. You can pull the toilet real easy to check. A new wax ring cost $2. If it is a pipe, then, you will have to bust open the wall and make the repair, and patch it back up. But don't put it off, the water will do more damage the longer you wait, it also grows mold and attracts termites. They love wet wood. Hope this helps.

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