SilverHoot, I assume you are removing the toilet and tank as a prep to doing a floor replacement. The key is to take your time!!!!! I cannot stress this enough. Be very careful not to damage the threads on the tank where the flange attaches. Be sure to support the tank before lowering it to the ground as it could still have some material (yuck) still inside! Then remind yourself that you only want to do this once and make your floor repairs and re-install being aware of how tight you try to thread the flange back on the tank. Remember the tank has age and the welds may be brittle. ED
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